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Dist. 34 to go for 540 

tax rate hike on ballot 



by GLORIA DAVIS 

Al the meeting on Tuesday of Ihc Dist. 
34 AnUoch Grade School Board of Educa- 
tion, the board decided to go along with 
Supi. Don Skidmorc's recommendation 
that a tax rate increase of 54 cents be ptit 
as a referendum on the April balloU 
Skidmore told the board. "Since 1883-84 
the school disuicl has been running bud- 
get dcHcits which have been avcragmg 
S160.000 annually. The deficits conlinuc 
to accelerate. For 1988-89 the projected 
deficit is S297.000. Our cash reserves are 
gone and we arc living on borrowed 
money .The lack of cash reserves has also 
compounded our problem as interest in- 
come has fallen off dramatically." 
The grade school district has not had a 
tax rate raise since 1974 when the rate 
went from 92 cents to S 1 .56. 
Skidmore suggested alternatives to the 
tax rale referendum that included, "do 
nothing, economize where we can- other- 
wise borrow; economize by cutting the 
heart out of the school programs or a 
combination of either altcmaiivc." 

Also on the board's agenda was board 
reorganization. 

Skidmore asked the board to salary the 
board secretary. The salary is usually just 
enough to cover lime and cxpenscs(such 
as postage, etc.) The board approved 
Skidmorc's requesL 

Thi board also raised the treasurers 
salary from the current 31.800 to $2,000. 
effective July 1, 1989 and reappointed Jan 
Pfar the present treasurer to that position. 
The board also approved continuing to 
use the First National Bank of Antioch. 
the Slate Bank of Antioch and the Bank of 
Waukcgan as its depositories. 
Appointed to the board's sUindmg com- 
mittees were: Kathy Oddsen. SEDOL 
Governing Board; Roy Pomrenmg. Odd- 
sen and Fred Eichhom. finance: Phyllis 
Zora, Oddsen Eichhorn. policy; Bruce 
Jablonski. Gail Heath and Pomrenmg. 
negotiations and Heath. Zora and Jablon- 
ski to the building committee. 
Skidmore told die board that he was ap- 
pointed to the Lakc-McHenry Regional 
Program Board. He drew a three year term 
and was elected board president. 
In discussingxpossiblc future enrollment. 

(Continued on Paue 8) 



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Residents al Winchester House in Libertyville listen to 
Sv messaqe in songs from choir made up of joyous 
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Wilton: Rel 

by GLORIA DAVIS 

Antioch Trustee Bob Wilton met with 
his commiuec this week for an update on 
the circulation of petitions calling for a 
referendum on the spring ballot esmblish- 
ing a police and fire commission in Anti- 
och. 

Name puts 
12 on old 
committee 

At the last regular meeting of the 
Anuoch Village Board. Mayor Ray Toft, 
with approval from the members of Ihc 
AnUoch Village Board, appointed rcsidcnu 
to the committee that was "revived when 
the Traco. Inc. factory controversy began. 
On the commission arc Dr. Lynn 
^ Andcrson/Hank Glenn, Ed Koziorowski, 
Al Lilllc. Todd Maplclhorp, Wayne 
Parlhun. Marilyn Shincfiug. Bill Secman. 
• Charles WerU, Trustee Robert Willon. 
Mike Ruxion and Martha Suchsland. 



One of the main purposes of the estab- 
lishment of the commission is to keep 
politics out of both departments. 

Such a commission will be mandated by 
state law in 1990-91. after the 1990 cen- 
sus puts Antioch's population over the 
5.000 mark as expected. 



According to Wilton. "We already have 
more than the 192 signatures needed to 
put the referendum on the ballot, but we 
arc continuing to get people to sign, hop- 
ing to end up with at least 400 signa- 
tures." _- 
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Planners turn thumbs 
down on rezoning plan 

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With all the new annexations and new 
subdivisions popping up in and around the 
Village of Antioch. Justine Lubkeman is 
one resident who intends to "make our 
boards responsible to us for what's going 

on." 

At the planning meeting last week con- 
cerning Cari Zimmerman's request to re- 
zone his 10-and-onc-half acres from R-1 to 
R-2 she was the only resident in the audi- 
ence. 

The Zimmerman property is located just 

south of St. Steven's Church. 

Lubkeman. told the planners thai she 
objected to the rezoning on the grounds 
that Zimmerman was not showing just 



cause for the rezoning. 

She added. "He has 34 lots in die subdi- 
vision's plan and some of those lots arc 
just not big enough for R-1 zoning." 

She suggested that Zimmerman replat 
the subdivision to Uic proper 29 R-1 zone 
lots as is properiy called for by the size of 

the acreage. >t 

The planners agreed with her and denied 
Zimmerman's request for the rezoning. 
"r'vc lived here since 1 was 13 years old 
and I'll probably live here until I die, 
that's why I'm interested in whais 
happening with all the growth that's go- 
ing on. much of it with too heavy a den- 
sity," said Lubkeman. 



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Police nab 
2 in double 
drug bust 

The Anlioch Police Dcpl., in coopcra- 
Uon with MEGS(Mctropoliuin Enforce- 
ment Group), arrested two men on drug 
charges last week, confiscating iwo-and- 
one-half ounces of cocaine with a street 
value up to 56,000. 

The first man arrested was Brian 
Michalowicz, 19. address given as Joanna 
Courts Apartments. 

An undercover agent made a conuolled 
buy from Michalowicz in the parking lot 
at the Walgreen's mall' on Main St., at 
3:30 p.m. on Dec. 7. 

MEGS also confiscated Michalowicz s 
1979 Corvette because it vyas.uscd in a 
drug delivery, t " 

At 6:30 p.m.. that same day.lMEGS 
and the Antioch Police arrested Kenneth 
Halvorsen, 27. McHenry, who was al- 
legcdly^ielivering one-and-one-half ounces 
of cocaine to Michalowicz at his Joanna 
Court apartment. 

Both have been charged with possession 
of a controlled substance and intent to de- 
liver a conuolled substance. 

At press time, they are in Lake County 
Jail under SIO.OOO bond each, awaiung 
the setting of a dale for preliminary hear- 
ings. 

Cops arrest 
juveniles in 

There have been fiwo residential burglar- 
ies to homes on the north side of the vil- 
lage lately, and. according to Aniioch Po- 
lice, those burglaries have been solved 

On Friday, following. up on investiga- 
tions made by patrol officers, police 
picked-up an Antioch 16-year-old male for 
questioning concerning the burglaries. 

The subject led the police to two other 
16-year-olds and Michael Randall. 17, all 

of Antioch. . 

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Sf. Peters clowns 



The •Grumpbusters* from St, Peters Church. local clown club 
ready for holidays in Antioch starling with annual Chamber 



Christmas Parade. — Photo by Bob West 



adult, 3 
burglaries 



counts of residential burglary and is in 
Lake County jail under $10,000 bond, 
awaiting preliminary hearing. 

Petitions with juvenile authonUes have 
been filed on the three 16-ycar-olds and 
ihey will undergo juvenile proceedings. 

One has been charged with two counts 
of burglary, one with four counts and the 
other with five counts. 

Stolen in the burglaries was approxi- 
mately S300 in coins and jewelry. Most 
of the jewelry was recovered. 



Vos in top 10 in Illinois 
volunteer award rating 




by GLORIA DAVIS 

The North Shore Magazine awarded the 
top 10 Illinois volunteers, in the Volun- 
teer of the Year Award contest at a banquet 
held at the Skokie Hilton.. 

After being nominated by Angie Maras, 
Louis Vos. who has worked tirelessly for 
the Antioch Mental Health Assn.. espe- 
cially in the running of the Thrift Shop 
on Main St.. was named in that top 10. 

In Vos' nomination letter. Maras de- 
scribes Vos as "a gracious lady, with 
dedication, drive, enthusiasm, zest for liv- 
ing and a desire to.help,thosc less fortu- 
nate than herself. 

Maras further describes Vos' ability to 
gel other volunteers to work endless hours 
for the mentally retarded, as an ability to 
inspire other women. 

Vos was U'le founder in 1967. and is still 
the guiding light of the Antioch Menial 



Health Assn. 

Maras adds that when the Thrift shop 
burned in 1970 and it and all its inventory 
were destroyed. Vos purchased the present 
building on Main St. where die thrift 
business is now thriving. 

"At any given time, she may be found 
sorting Uirough donations, washing and 
ironing clothes, scheduling the 30 
volunteers and handling the banking, 
books, and etc.." describes Maras. I 

Vos has also served on the Antioch Li-I 
brary Board of Directors for 45 years and 
has been president of the Antioch 
Woman's Club in the 50 years she has 
been a member of that organization. 

Maras added that "Vos is a humanitarian 
die believes she is her brother's keeper and 
an outstanding woman who will leave the 
worid a better place for having been here. 



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by UZ SCHMEHL 

(312)395-5380 

Remember to shop 
Antioch for that extra 
special Christmas gift. 



Wnr 10 ihc Services 31(312)356-1021. 

pictures. Also, the "lilUe guess again! On Thursday, ^^''°^"^°"^yr:!lmnn<:and I'd like lo say hello Cclia 

ones" may send their letters Dec. 15 the junior high pui ^^^^ ^^d"^ ^t bmrnOT^^^^ ^^^ ^.^^^^ Bennett of 

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Toyland Rd., Antioch. 
Christmas is in the air 



While shopping don*t forget right along with the 



to take the kids to visit 
Santa Claus in his beautiful 
Enchanted Castle. The 
castle is open from 5 to 8 
p.m. on Monday through 
Friday and 11 a.m. to 4 
p.m. on Saturday and 
Sunday. Mrs. Sania Claus 
will be on hand with her 
elf-made camera to take 



American Revolution at 
Emmons Grade School To 
spark some added Christmas 
spirit the fifth grade will 



fourth through eighth grade 
Christmas program. 

The play was entitled 
"Santa the Mechanic 
Fanatic". 

Would you bclivc robots 



the class along with various town ii is about 25 degrees 
other class projects made and extremely windy. I 
die American Revolution really loved hearing from 



come alive to the 



wU take over the uadiiJona] graders. Sounds 



fifth Victor, but did he have to 
like tell me about the 68 degrees 



Zi^^^^'r:^^ j;b7i;nu'rd7eI?"The iomeonc at Emmons found J.^^^^^^^^ 

K-..,t:r..i „:««-.t.«n^ r .u ««^ .:..*, ^oHn ^.nc a nerfccl wav to make there. Hope >ou get a sun 



gingerbread fourth and sixth grade was a perfect wa> 

present to u-uly make this histor>- inicrcsung to 



beautiful 
houses. 

So you think Santa only an evening to rcmcmba. 
has elves helping him with Al Vandrush gave a 
his Christmas chores? If so, speech on the 



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Church to feature Lustrea 



students. 

On Tuesday. Dec. 20. 
there will be a band conccn 
at the Antioch Upper Grade 
g>'m at 7:30 p.m. and boih 
the junior and senior bands 
u*ill be performing. 

The choir conicsi under 




Anita Lustrea 



Singer Anita Lustrea uill be the featured 
artist at this Sunday's evening's Christmas 
concert at the Chain OXakes Community 
Bible Church in Anticch. The concert will 
begin at 6 and will be held at the church's 
temporary meeting place, the Antioch 
VFW hall on North Ave., just east of Rie 
83. 

Lusuca. a contemporary Christian vocal 
artist, has sung throughout the midwesL 
Local television appearances include the 
Chicago Sunday Evening Club, and 
Windy City Alive. In September of this 
year she released her first album titled 
"Joy for the Journey". 

"Wc arc all on a journey," Lustrea s:ud. 
*"Joy for the Journey' was designed to be 
an encouragement to ali of us as we travel 
through this world with all of its 
heartaches. The ease of the journey docs 
necessarily become greater by knowing 
Christ. But the joy cenainly docs,*' she 
said. 

Lustrea also works as the music 
coordinator for the Moody Broadcasting 
Netwo±. 

Also included during the evening will be 
a Christmas video for the children. A 
nursery will also be available. 
Refreshments will be ser\*ed aficru-ards. 
For more information call the church's 
Lake VUia office at (312)m 356-2090. 



the new leadership of Cattiy easy U) please!" How about 



Hometown Goodies 



Miller was a huge success. 
The Women's Glee, the 
Men's Glee, the Advanced 
Mixed Choir, the Swine 



Choir and the Sinccrs all Also, think snow, it adds to 
performed superbly. One of the holiday spinL Let's say 



care, and listen to your i^. 
and soon you will be M' 

would be impossible si^ 
you weren't nomial 10 bc^ 
with. That suicmcnu I 
course, is meant in k 
nicest sense of the UTid. 
Yes, RayBrausani.toi-1 

fnends.wcallhopcihcicb 
a lot of snow in nonhen 

Wisconsin so you can all 1 
enjoy a week or 
snowmobiling in jwi 
beautiful north woods, t 
Has anyone been iniotfell 
Antioch Schwinn Cydm', 
Shop to sec the bcauiifjH 
skateboards ihcy have i|i 
stock? My son has and h 
already saving his money 13 

buyancwskaicboardiaite, 
spring. J 

Okay readers make xA 
phone ring off the hook aaji 
you all call me wiih yoi* 
news and spcciif 

it readers, is your shopping remembrances for yoci;,! 

done? Are your gifts family and fricndiniic! 

wrapped? Is the tree waiting to hear fromj^i 

dccorau^d? If not get busy. Remember, just ask fci 1 

The Lizard!" 



bum and peel on Chrisunas 
Day!. By the way, Celia. 
did you open your 
Christmas present yet? 

Can you believe it? Only 
10 more days until 
Chrisunas. I'd like to say 
this to all of my family and 
friends, "I love gifts and Vm 



the highlights of the 
program was a comedy 
routine cntiilc "Nuitin" for 
Chrisunas". 

Hope cvcH'one enjoyed 
their annual breakfast with 
Santa as sponsored by the 
Grass Lake School P.T.O. 
Ginccrbrcad houses will tx: 



six inches on Dec. 23. and 
and early spring starting 
Dec. 26. 

A very happy 20th 
birthday to Tricia Olenick 
on Dec. 18. Could it be that 
many years since you were 
in kindergarten with my 
daughter? Tricia picked a 



niade by the fifth graders of popular month to be bom. 



Christmas music in the 
halls of Antioch High 

A flute ensemble will present "A Sleigh The fine arts department at Antioch 
Ride Samba** and a clarinet choir will Community High School invites 
perform "Have Yourself a Merry Little everyone to join them as they celebrate 
Christmas." 

Choral groups performing under the 
direction of Keith Cox will be the girl's 
glee club, concert choir, and show choir. 
The girl's glee club will perform "How 
Far it is U) Bethlehem," and Therefore be 
Merry." Concert choir selections include 
"It's the Most Wonderful Time of the 
Year," "The Holly and the Ivy," and 
"Still. Still, SUU." The show choir will 
perform "Honon and Gloria." 



Grass Lai;e School. The 
kindergancn through fifih 
grade Cnrisimas panics will 
be held on V^'cdncsday, D:z, 
21, and as usual the hard 
wo±ing rcx)m mo'iicrs arc 
busy with plans for itic 
panics. 

The following cigJiih 
graders dcscr\'e z big hip- 
hip-hooray, for mailing ihc 
first quarter honor ro!!, 
Jenny Brausam. Pcicr 
Eichler, Corey Hansen, 
Kaihy Harris. Canie Hillcr. 



AUGS 
collects^ 
labels !| 

The Antioch Lower Grakl 
has just flnished SanuVd 
Secret Workshop, which j 
was successful this yc:i. ( 
The students had fmij 
shopping for their mooi5,j| 
Happy birthday to you all. dads, brothers, sisters, and 
Luigi, the raccoon, would grandparents for Chrisun^ 

On Tuesday, Dec. 13, 31 II 
1:30 the children were 
entertained by Jcffjl 
Fredrickson, a magici2a| 
who uses real bunnies iii| 
his show. 
Finally, the Campbell 



Also celebrating 
birthdays this month arc 
Marie Brausam. Dec. 22. 
Judy Hansen. Dec. 29 and 
I>cc Samson on Dec. 31. 



like to say happy birthday 
to .Mar>' Christine Bocrman. 
1 wish the editors of this 
paper wouldn't limit the 
length of this article. I have 
heard new jokes I'd like to 
share wiih the readers. Since 



my space is limited. Til just Soup label contest is in fiiS : 

swing. Tbe theme for ihii-;| 



Christmas with music and song on 
Saturday, Dec. 17 at 7:30 p.m. and 
Sunday, Dec. 18 at 2:00 p.m. in the 
auditoriiun of the school, located a 1 133 
S. Main Street in Antioch. 

The Saturday evening program will 
feature the symphonic band under the 
direction of Johns Olisar. Their selection 
will include "O Tannenbaum", "Deck the 
Halls", and LcRoy Anderson's " A 
Chrisunas Festival". 



Aimec Kitio. Missy give you the punch lines. 

Olenick, and Jason Paulhus, Maybe someone will be year ^ "The Antioch Rt»l 

Thai's the way to go eighth able to tell you the jokes Race." The siudcnu art 

gnidsrs! that go with them. "I'm a collecting labels ualilll 

Do you Hnd yourself Frayed Knot" and "The March 1 and any person 

with time on your hand^? Czech is in the Male". wishing to donate ihw 

Do you just plain like kids Glad to hear Mike labels to the school najjl 

and like to help those in Christopolus is doing so drop the off in the office Jl 

need? If you would like well since his surgery. The If there are any qucsiico 

further information on women want to know if call Joan Horan. (312) 395- ^| 

fosurr parenting, contact Lhc you are still pla>ing 2598 or Monday aniJ 

Central Baptist Family volleyball in Horida? Take Tuesday (312) 395-1905. 




Student of Month 

Becky Johns has been selected Antioch High School 
'Student of the Month* for her outstanding 
performance in rnosi challenging courses in English 
department. English department chairman Jim 
Corrigan, who rwminated her. congratulates Johns. 



Honor 
Skidmore 

Air force Isl Ll Steven 
D. Skidmore, son of Donald 
and Evlyn Skidmore, 
Anticxzh, has been named 
company parade officer of 
the quarter. Skidmore is a 
weather officer with the 
30th Weather Squadron in 
South Korea. 

The selection was based on 
his exemplary duty 
performance, job 
knowledge, leadership 
qualities, significant self 
improvement and other 
accomplishments. 

He is a 1981 graduate of 
Antioch Community High 
School and a 1986 graduate 
of North Carolina State 
University. 




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Athlete of Week 



Tami Glassner. center, is selected as Athlete of Week at Antioch High SchwHo 
her 173 average In Palatine Bowling tournament. BowMng Coach Em 
Hoi editz. left, congratulates her as Ed Roach. Stale Bank of Antioch, is 
contnbuting $50 to scholarship fund in her name.— Photo by Gtona Da vis. _ 

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Maple leads Antioch girls to first victory 

..JT .... ..... ._. ... r„ A-,.:«.K ..nrJna iR 1-5 in NSC dIdv. travcl lo half. Tanya Broylcs had 14, game. Alnr 



Something had lo give 
Saturday afternoon in 
Antioch. 

North Chicago and 
Anlioch's girls basketball 
teams entered the North 
Suburban Conference 
contest with a combined 0- 
13 record. According to 
league rules, somebody had 
to win. 



And it was the 
homestanding Scquoits, 
who used a third-quarter 
flurry to break away, which 
came away with a 55-47 
win. 

"We showed the potential 
I knew we were capable of," 
Antioch Coach Cindy 
Martin said. 

Kelly Maple led the way 



for Antioch. scoring 18 
points in three quarters. Teri 
Famsworth had a strong 16 
points and Liz Johnson had 
10 points. 

"She played a good 
game," Martin said of 
Maple. 

Antioch hopes its 
newfound confidence will 
continue when the Scquoils, 




1-5 in NSC play, travel lo 
Zion-Bcnton Dec. 17, 

For North Chicago, the 
loss was the sixth suaight. 
something new for head 
coach Mike Moore. 

"We self-destructed. At 
certain limes we were our 
own worst enemy," Moore 

said. 

Donna Levy did score 10 
points for the visitors, but 
ihcy all came in the first 



half. Tanya Broylcs had 14, 
12 in the second half. 

The visitors were left 
feeling good about their 
chances at halflimc. A tlircc- 
point shot by Terry Jarrett 
was ruled inside the two- 
pointer, leaving North 
Chicago trailing 35-30. 

Neither team could get on 
track in the first quarter. 
North Chicago committed 
riwc turnovers to start the 



game. Almost two minutes 
elapsed before Antioch's 
Maple put home a lip-in. 

Another offensive 
rebound-basket by Maple 
gave the home team a 16-13 
lead after North Chicago's 
Cydney Coleman had cut 
the lead to one. 

Antioch opened up lis 
margin in the second stanza, 
gaining a 28-21 lead on a 
Maple hoop with 2:10 left. 



Iceless hockey winds down 



With the final games of 
the Girrs Iceless Hockey. 
Assn. on lap, the league is 
getting ready for trophy day. 
Thai event will be Saturday. 
Jan. 16, at Lake Villa In- 
termediate School. 

Grade 1 & 2-Red Div. 
Team W L T Pt. 

Flyers 7 14 
Maple Lfs.6 2 12 
Pcngiuns 3 4 6 
Nih. Stars 16 2 
Canadians 16 2 
Last Week's Results 
Canadians 3 Flyers 8 
Maple Leafs 3 Penguin 2 

Last Week's Results 

Blackhawks 4 Bruins 2 
Sabers 3 Kings 2 



Canadians 5 Mpl. Lfs.l 

Rangers 7 Kings 7 

Grade 3,4&5-niueDiv. 

Team W L T Pt. 

Nth. Slarsll 2 1 23 

Capitals 10 3 1 21 

Bruins 8 5 1 17 

Penguins 7 5 2 16 

Oilers 6 7 1 13 

Red WingsS 7 2 12 

Whalers 4 9 1 9 

Sabers 13 1 1 

Results Last Week 

Bruins 5 Oilers 3 

Nlh. Stars 8 Sabers 1 



Whalers 7 Reds 4 
Capitals 6 Peng. 3 

Grade 1 & 2-Blue Div. 

Pt, 

13 
8 
8 
6 
3 



Team W L T 

Whalers 6 
Bruins 
Kings 
Sabers 



4 3 
3 4 
2 3 



1 



2 
1 



Blackhwksl 6 

Team W L T Pt. 

Canucks 9 3 2 20 

Blues 8 2 4 20 

Blackhawk7 3 4 18 

Canadians 6 4 4 16 



Going for layup 



Antioch's Ryan Cosky closes in on a layup try. Teammate Matt Pelland and Mike 
Gollebiowski look on. Sequoits won two North Suburban Conference games 
last week for a 2-1 NSC record, one game behind league leaders Zion-Benton 
and North Chicago. Antioch hosts winless Lake Forest Dec. 16. - Photo by 
Steve Young. 

rroffl Our Family To Yours, 



Grade 3,4&5-Red 


Div. 


Rangers 5 


4 


4 


16 


Kings 6 


6 


2 


14 


Isbnders 4 


10 





8 


Mpl. Leaf 


13 


1 


1 


Last Week*s 


Results 


Canucks 


5 Islanders 4 


Blackhawks 


1 Blues 


1 




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Lib ert y Lake s sc rap s 
plan for new village 



bT JOSEPH SOULaK 

Lirert>- Lsxts is folding 
iis isnL l7>q*a'i of seeking 
incorporation £S Late 
County's nra-esi ■village, ii 
Ai-ili reae^i' cnons for an- 
nexaiion lo Lake Nllb cr, 
barring tiiai and ihe neT^' 
makeup of the County 
Board, lock to ii for protec- 
tion. 

A leoer expressing con- 
tinued interest in annexing 
to T^irff ViHa v,35 scheduled 
tote real at a \iliace board 
meeting earlier this -li-eek. 

Mean-A-hile. the -iO mem- 
bers of a core group that 
spearheaded a t-s^-o-year 
ir>a)rpa'aiion effon •^•^iz to 
meet Friday, I>*c. 16 at the 
home of Mr. and Sirs. John 
Garrett on Fairfield Rd. for 
a Cnrisimas pam-. 

At thai party uill bt de- 
cided how the -0 'A-ill pay 
the remaining S3 .000 from 
the two-year battle that 
went from the County 
Board to uhe state and U.S. 
Supreme Courts. Most of 
the 535.000 in legal bills 
has been paid off through 
fund-raising sales and dona- 
lions from individuals and 
homeo-A-ner associations in 
ihe 24-5qua.^-nule U-sha^fid 



area known as Libeny 
Lakes. 

'.After this weekend w** 
should almost be ready to 
close the books on our 
incorporation efforts/ Jo 
Garrett sail 'We think it 



wi>ere the Gaxrens live, 
fs^^oc annexacioGL 

Thoss li-fcing to the Dorj 
toward .-^nticch in Lake 
Vilh Twp. 3rz split. Garret 

^VCn^ we talk annexa- 




1-gV^ Villa that is what w- 
would like to do/ Garrea 
sai± The village board 
pre%-k>usly ad^ed as to sur- 
>-ey residents. But that >ob 
is too massive. Maybe if 
we could sit do'-^-n as a 
committee and work out 
some details to define the 
area of annexation we could 
find some common 
ground' 

Some parts of the 2-- 
square mile Libeny Lakes 
are more interested in 
annexation than others. 
Garret said. 

Strong interest has been 
shown by West Miltmore. 
which is being threatened 
on its south border where 
Round T -qV-p- Beach has an- 
nexed land for a -50-unii 
subdi^*ision. 

Residents to the west on 
both sides of Fairfield Rd., 
south of Monaville Rd., 



Lake VUla wiU tell as 
what it can accept I think 
things can be w-octed ou*-' 
With several areas no 

ledger iniere>ied in anne^^- 
lion or incorporation. Gar- 
rett said it would cost to? 
much for a nr* map of uie 
area and pi^paranoQ of a ie- 
gal description. ' Rather 
than go through all of thai 
acain w-e are jusi going to 
c^ose the b^oks on Liber:> 
Lakes,' she sail 

If Lake Villa is no: 
receptive, Garrett said she 
her group ••iill look for 
continued protection from 
Lake County. Of the nr^*. 
County Board members 
rwcffn in this month, Suzi 
Schmidt of Lake Villa T-p. 
is a personal frienj of the 
Garretts. So is Norman 
Gear> of .-^von T-^p., the 
new County Board chair- 
man. 




Dist. 34 



(Continued from Page 1) 
Skidmore told the board that he had re- 
ceive^d notice from the .Army Corps of 
Engineers that a permit to consL^ct a 
9S0-acre residential development at the 
comer of Grass Lake and I>eep Lake R-ds. 
had been applied for. Skidmore said that 
the developer haj yet to contact the 
schools with the planned numcer homes 
set to go into the development called 
Paiiusd Lakes(forni2rly Cedar Shores.) 



Tne board also heard that plans for 32 
townhomes to be built on KighNiew Dr., 
east of the school, by Good .^'e-A-s Realty 
and Builder's, Inc. should yield nLne new- 
students to the disuicL 

In other business, the board heard iha: a 
retirement dinner for Harr>' Smith '--as 
held by the employees and Principal 
Harley Ware presented a watch to Smith 
on behalf of tl^ school board. 



Referendum 



(Continued from Page 1) , 

'Getting signatures really takes time/ 
adds Wilton, 'people w-ant to talk abDut 
this and other issues, sometime it takes 
hours just to get 12 p)ec^le to sign.' 

Wilton, who is opfwsing incumbent 
Mayor Ray Toft, freely admits that this 
gives him a chance to do a little cam- 
paigning along the way. 



Toft has said he sees nothing wrong v,ith 
establishing the commission, having 
reser%-ations only if it would affect the 
firemen's pensions which would cost the 
village money. 

At the present lime, the firemen are vol- 
unteers so this will be no problem. 



Child's best friend 

La-.en Joraan is one of first Antioch area children to give Antioch's Santa Ctaus 
1 ?. of ^^er Cnnstrr.as v^^shes. Santas are being scheduled by Anlioch Chamber 
=-ii wil te a! castie tnroiian Dirz 23. — Photo by Bob West. 

Antioch hopes to extend 
two game winning streak 



Anuorh's varsity boys' 
basiietball team '^"ill ny to 
txittti its two game 
winning streai: when it 
travels to Late Forest 
tonight for a North 
Suburban Conference 
•"NSC- coniesL 

Tne S:oui5 a.-e -inies in 
six anemp3 thus far in the 
i9*.S-S9 rampsign. The 
Sequels are 3— i o^t.-all and 
2-l*mthe.NSC 

.A.ntio:h Coach Jeff 
Dresser said his Sequoits 
w-:Ij pb;y a siiiT man-io-man 
cieferise agab^s: the Scouts. 
'}/ian-tc^man -orte-d re^ 
well fa- us last -eeieod, 
and I ihini: it will zc the 
test w3y for us ID go this 
"A-eelenj as --elL' he isii 

Tne $ecui»;is aefeaie^ 
Niies Nonh ia.%. Priiav 56- 
-S. Matt Pelland led the 
team in scorvrtz -AsLh 15 a.-jd 
rebounds -nh l-i, Scott 
Gooch and R>-an KosL'v 
each aided 12 poin^^ fa- the 
Sequoit virtor.-. 

Saturday night, .-Antioch 
came from behind to defeat 



2 tough Stundclcin squad 
62-57. The Sequoits were 
do'A-n 30- IS at the half, but 
a half-court irap defense 



The Sequoits made a 
terrible seven of 31 shoi 
aitcmpis in the first half, 
but came back with a 




LEGAL 
NOTICE OF PUBUC HEARIHG 
ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS 
On Wedr>e&say Jan. 4. \^z - 733 p ^^ -^^ .^ 
Antioch VBla^ Hafl. B74 Wsur. St. A-oxn. !L SOX'2 ne 
Zoning Board of A;>peafe wil r»5a' re bIo*ri- :^'jiy\- 
Petiiioner UM WaTa^rr^n: - IAt;^! Cr*^*er..^ 
Petition: Request is for a varian:^ in r»^ s-ja:e 
footage of a sign from 75 sq, tL lo 170 sq, r. a-c lo 
permit multipte Sstirvg of ier.an'i on o--^ fr^-s^-i3.r*a 
sign. ' 

LEGAL 0ESGRI?T>ON; Lot SD m Gojnr/ Cl^'s 
Subdfvisio.. of unsuodfviDed larios in r>» \'iIiao^ o( 
Antioch. in Sections 7. S. 17 and IS. Township' iS 




Pumpkin decorator 

Ethan Metzger, 6, Antioch. receives his prize from 
Dave Cibira in Lyons and Ryan Ford's pumpkin 
decorating contest. 



r,. ^ - . ■ Pas. Pajs 75 1) 

SI. bom r>cbswe. excepting oereirom tr*e Easieny i70 
fL mereof: and also excepting tnereirorB tna: pai l^n- 
South of the Noah Line of Lot 79 h sacj Co-jnry Cteri.'s 
Sjbdr^ts»on extended V.'esieri/. all in tne Viltaoe'of 
Antioch. Lake County. lUino-s. commonJy Kno.^ as 
Anuoch Shopping Plaza located from 455 to 510 
Orchard Sl 

All persons desiring t3 appear and fce beard nereon 
for or against said petition may appear ai said Heanna 

andbebaant ■ 

Vemon ajrd.ci. 

Crarman 

Zoning Board of Appears 

Viliage of Antcch 

12e8C.525-AR 

Dec. 16. l&as 



Sparked Antioch cnroutc 10 rcspcciiblc 17-29 in ihc 
ihc -Ain. second half. 



LEGAL 
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 
OF THE NINETEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 
LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS 
GREATAUERICAN FEDERAL SAVINGS AND 
LOAN ASSOCIATION. ■ corporation organiied 
and existing under the taws o( Ihe United 
States of America. Plaintiff. 

V. 

ALAN B. FLOOR, et al., DelendanU. No. 83 

CH 610 

Tne recwisite affdavrl for publication having been 
filed, r>o^cG ts hereby grven you. ALAN B. FLOOR and 
UUKUOm; owners; Defenclant(s) in the above 
en'J'Jed action, that the said action has been 
=o.-nmenced 'n the Circuil Court of the Nineteenm 
J-ocaal Circuit. Lake County. Ulinots. by the Plaintiff 
against you and other defendants. prayir>g for the 
b-eciosure of a certain Mortgage made by Alan 3. Ftoor 
and Alice L Floor, his wile, mortgagors, to 
Greav^'nehcan Federal Sa-zings and loan Assodaion. a 
corpofaion organized ar^ existing ur>der the laws of the 
Un.ted S'ates of Amenca. as Mortgagee, and recorded 
in re offce of tr>e Recorder of Deeds of Lake County. 
in,no:s as document no. 2309726. conveying the 
premises described as lollovs. lo-*it 

Tnai pan of trw East 5 Acres of the North 20 Acres of 
r>5 East 1/2 of r>e West Fractional Half of Sectbn 1. 
ToA-nship 45 f;orth. Range 9. East of the Third Pn'vapal 
fAendan. described as follows, lo-wit commencing at 
*j-.e Sojd East comer of said 5 Acres; therwe North 
abng tne East line tnereof. a distar>ce of 309.5 Feel: 
Vi^za West along a line at right aretes 10 saia East line 
s dsia-^ce of 165 Feet; iherx:e South along a Lie paraBei 
Will tne said East Ime a distance of 179 Feet; thence 
V.'est atong a line parallel with the South tne of said 5 
Acres to tne West line of said 5 Acres a distance of 165 
Feet, thence South along the said West line to the 
Soutn West comer of said 5 Acres a dstance of 130.5 
Feet; tnence East along the said South fine to the point 
of c»eginning. in Lake County. Illinois, commonly Knovir-n 
as 43X25 Rainiree North. Antioch. Illinois: 

And for other relief; that summons was dufy issued out 
of trie said Coua against you as provided by law, and that 
the acton is sba pendirq. 

fJOW. THEREFORE. UNLESS YOU. the said above 
oeiendant(s). fde your answer to the complaint in said 
acton or oD^er*ise make your appearar>ce therein, in 
r^ Circuit Coua of the Nineteenth Judidal Circuit, Uke 
County, held in the Courthouse in the City of 
Waukegan. Illinois, on or before the 9th day of January. 
1539. default may be entered against your and each of 
yoj at any tme aher that day and a judgment entered in 
acaydance with tne prayer of said complainL 

Dated; Dec 9. 1983 at Grayslake. DUnocs 

Walsh. Case, Coate 4 Brown Ul 

Anomeys for Plaintiff 

2500 Prudential Plaza 

Chicago, IBinois 60601 
(312)938-3816 

1288B-497-AR 

Dec 9. 1988 

Dec 16, 1988 

Dec 23. 1988 



6 Laketond Newspapers 



Friday. D«c«nb«c 14. '"• 



fc«i*«»lWi«^ ;w(w#/»»-s«w. 



Reaching out tO troubled teens 



Si. Thcrcsc Medical 
Center has opened a new 
program which treats teens 
with psychiatric problems 
in combination with a 
chemical dependency. 

"Kids turn to alcohol or 
drugs to relieve their prob- 
lcms,whcther they include 
depression or a poor home 
Ufc," said Pat Ames, nurse 
manager of the adolescent 
psychiatric unit. "Wc work 



with the patient within the 
framework of the Adoles- 
cent Psychialric Program. 
However, an added emphasis 
is placed on the therapy 
used in Alcoholics Anony- 
mous and similar depen- 
dency programs." 

Another facet of the pro- 
gram is understanding the 
family role in the patient's 
life. "Many limes, the 



families conlributc to the 
patient's substance abuse.'* 
said Ames. "Family mem- 
bers who drink and dabble 
in drugs are a real threat. 
Wc work with the patient 
and the family in resolving 



this ihreaU" Ames noted the 
program has already received 
an enthusiastic response 
from the community. 

For more information on 
the program, call (312)360- 
2210. 




Develop techniques 



The Lake County Family 
YMCA will be offering a 
successful weight loss plan 
that is intended to be 
followed for a lifetime. 
This plan will help build 
sound eating habits to not 
only shed those extra 
pounds, but to keep them 
ofP. 



DIETcX (Developing 
Intelligent Eating 
Techniques and cXercise) 
combines dieting and 
exercise in a one stop 
weight loss location. 
Classes will be on Tuesday 
and Thursday. 

Registration for this class 
starts Dec. 12. 



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When it comes to buying ice skates for children, the 
best choice may not necessarily be the most expensive. 
The most important criterion is proper Ut. 

Too many parents purchase skates larger than they 
should be with the thought that they will conunuc to nt 
for several seasons as the child^s foot grows. But loose- 
ly rating skate boots make it difficult for youngsters to 
skate, or even stand. Worse, they might be the cause of 
injuries to the ankle or foot ^ . . . , . , . •„ .u^ 
Proper fit means that the heel is held snugly in the 
boot's heel cup. the iocs come close to the front, and the 
boot provides adequate support. Skating socks should 
be worn when trying on skates for correct fit. 

If a child's foot has a tendency to turn inward with 
each stride, an evaluaUon by a podiau-isl is in order. A 
customized orthotic insert could improve skaung ability 
and enjoyment. 

Presented In tlie Interest 
of better ffoot eare by 

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Antioch 

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Stage 2 
to present 
'Your Cat* 

Siagc Two Theatre 
Company will present 
"P.S. Your Cat is Dead" by 
James Kirkwood and 
directed by Norma Cribb on 
Jan. 13, 14. 20. 21. 27. 28 
at 8 p.m. and Jan. 22 at 3 
p.m. 

The play will go on at 
the College of Lake County 
Theater Building 5. 
Gray slake. 

In the cast arc: Richard 
V. French. Mark Kcttncr. 
Mary May and Bryan W. 
Simon. 

Tickets arc S7 at door. S6 
advance reservation and $4 
for seniors and students. 

For reservations call 
(312)662-4071. 

Jimmy Zoolc. played by 
Mark Kelincr. is a 
struggling actor that learns 
to deal with new 
experiences, new friends and 
Icams about the ability to 
survive from Vilo, played 
by Bryan W. Simon., a 
burglar he catches in his 
aparimcni on New Years 
Eve. 



. Happy Holidays 

start the New Year off on the Right Foot! 

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The finest foot care in a caring environment" 

Now is the time to take care of those pain- 
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Rt. 83, Antioch 
(1/4 Mile South 173)^ 



DEC.1S 



ThtChOdrwiRitenTfiB 
Savior's Birth) &S>m. 

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Lakeland COUNTY NEWS 



Lakeland area high schools lists 'WWs^. .Who'^ 



by Educations! 

Coraraaaicaiioas, lac, 
Lite Fcrtsi. is ibe hrztsi 
high scbzo! recoraiDon 

pliCiiCSDCQ 12 tie CCKTSrv. 

Final selection is 
d^ienTiired oc ibe bsisis of 
cri:*ri2 -iuri r"trhffi hip 
schie'i'eizier.i in sra^jTCTiCS 
2:*3 k3iers6ip in scbcd 
sriiviiies, stb-Ieiics or 
coasnsiiv service. 



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VTzto's ^"^ sc3ie=;:5 h3>"^ 

grsie p>ia rv^m^e of 'B' 
cr cecer acii 57 perce::: 2re 
cc&re ';cc:*l Tie sraftrrrj 



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ce Lateiscii 3r^£ 2re: 

Azrj Gni»3£r. Bck^rj nrrrrTT.. 

FOX t-AXil: 

jii; A-Tifings. Hnie 

? uri zii Gcrt-'TTi ti, *"t"^itt 

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WffTr TV -'?■ I A=T 

> -.ai ' y JrTnr.-S-. AS=i 

Srir*y SLt^gt, Juoc Licr^Gt, 

Iirr=T Siix^iso, Srxir 
Ntiioi, rii Cfeer^tr. rn'rtvr 

?'r'r:V-. Tirmn SEaS^ETi, Diis 
^jTiT, Tr-m St»oc, ^ti ^'-*-^. 

^i-JT . Krria ?w£ii-l, Liziii 

ScATOc VmiV. P— tt "Si'ts;, jai 

Azcxxry Araei, K.-mrr^ Eiir, 
Roiire acirij:, Crrr^ji Blit, 
Msiji Bfivr. Tsr=3Ci f>«'^— *'_ 



Jr, Tncy ==:$=•, Lccciri ==2, T*= 
rtrrioat. Jcl^i Kc^ib^. Gtoff 
Hm1c;:i, I>iiju» Kiiz, Tcri 

Eli iiJCTTC:: Jrwccsc 

Dav- Kircir^icz, Leo: K=oe. 
Arry K'lff. Yccc Kra, Hrt'Str 
T Jr-S-n, Str^-En Lesizi, Aracoi 
Lcoc*, r>sbofiJS Locst, Ksozicr 
Mixiia, Clijicc McCorri*ci, 

J.()-nck, Loci S^y, NUiy Asn 
Pi^aicia. Debonh Piiicr, Phil 

Peuiack, Diw-a Pfaffer, tad 

Kiistis^ Roc: prill. Jeffrry 
Rots. Kia SchociT, Richel 

Schcncr, Derek Sbehoa, Divii 
Soith, Robin Saiih, Brixa 
St=dib4ker, Kt*tier Tepper, 

LVGLESIDE: 

Jocn Aaedio, AiK^m Bjoocs. 
J€=aif=r Bc::sr. Jeff Cccacfly. 
Ikzjc Dodoosl, Lz=id« rti^ijtm , 
Rebecca GhoUoa. Heiih^r 
FWiVnnn. Lcci Hocun, Pirrvii 
Hoppe, Trkzi Hcppe, ViJerie 
F-rtcv^. Brrrrr Kgan, .VIkki 
iC=adrz, CSgjgHi Ksadaociki, 
^ota Kiftf. Sca^ Lftbcovie, 
VGcisifi2 L>na>, Lcxa Lad^jtn* wd 

Bfih y>nfr. Teny MrFjtroe, 
J»ab Meaci. icxnfer Mcl^ Uu 
OfiaDd, Akaee Ovczarski, Joxu&r 



g*--^". yUr=sa ginrir. >sm5:z 
Rjas, Tin Scacbcr. ioe ■&'*=, 

Ejr^sai, ViscGi V-TrtarKi, Alae 
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by PAT WEISS 

In Ihc "Playing With 
Fire" Dcpt.: Have you 
chcclccd out the shining red 
wreaths in the fire 
department stations? They 
arc safety reminders for all 
holiday merrymakers. The 
wreaths are lit by red bulbs, 
and should misfortune strike 
and a holiday fire claim a 
life a red bulb is replaced by 
a white one. A few years 
ago, the Wauconda Fire 
Dcpt. started this fine pro- 
gram, adding still another 
great Christmas tradition to 
our town. The department 



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mind as to which gender 
she/he belonged to. ...and, 
so it goes, with the 
"Rockford Files". 

In the "It's Worth the 

Drive" Dcpt.: The Adult 



Ocpt at (312)526-2^1 if ra^r dubbus neighbor- ^^^^Z^^ S^^ftSL^ d^^ S S rSf ^ 

&KSu?S;ri ^tm renewing the njap. ^^j^^^:^ '°S. ef .ca. and eur of 
the top ef our Christmas ihcy entered the bu.ld.ng '^^'^^'^^^'^^S'l directions, they finally ar- 
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In the "Sound of Music" floor. As they stepped out ^J^^^^^j' "i^T Jc of half-filled tables facing a _.... . 
Dcpt.: Last call to make of the elevator, they faced a who >n'o"nca mem ^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^^ ^ ^^^.^^^ ^^^ of the Wau- 

plans for a Christmas-y huge dark, empty ware- £f° ^ vSreaEO high school play was in conda Area Public Library 

treat. The Transfiguration house-type room with two ""^ ^r^J"*" ^°^j of progress. is gassing up the old bus m 

Combined Choir's concert, doors at the far end. They /J;""\ . u. ^^^ iq They ended the gala readiness for another out- 
"The Spirit of Christmas", entered the first door and ;'S"^''"'^. . ° ^^cre an evening at a local restaurant standing drama depariur(>- 

Ifs a musical blend ef holi- found themselves in a "^ "''/IJjij.gjj^ i^^y ^cre to where they had sUll another Uie Pulitzer Prize-winning 

day harmony under the strange and quesuonabc bar jo ihc I3th (yes. you strange encounter-a wait- comedy. 

magical direcUon of Sally containing two pcople-a 8° 

Welter. In this rushing, 

stressful period of the year. 

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the roses — or in this case 

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18. at Transfiguration 

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harrowing experience— and 
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a company Christmas party 
in beautiful downtown 
Rockford, with a set of di- 
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Take pride in jail 



When the new Robert H, Babcox Justice 
Center is occupied next month. Lake 
County will be vaulting light years ahead 
in jail facilities and administiation. For a 
few months, at least. Lake County will 
have the most modem county jail facility 
in the nation. 

The new jail in Waukcgan, named in 
honor of 4he late sheriff, will noi only be 
the most modem in a bricks and mortar 
sense, but personnel will be instituting 
the most modem practices and precepts in 
the world of penoIog>' today. The Babcox 
Justice Center, a 'jail unthoui bars," truly 
will be state of the art. 

The nearly $30 million facility will 
house the jail, sheriffs administrative 
offices, work release center, court annex of 
three court rooms and much needed 
support and storage space. The imposing 
structure will replace a facility termed by 
the John Howard Society, a prison 
inmates* watchdog organization, as 'the 
worst county jail in Illinois.' The 
disparaging label isn't a reflection of 
disinterest or lack of caring by 
officialdom, but more the result of 
overcrowding and changing methods in jail 
administration and public standards. 

Besides the absence of bars, the new jail 
will be different in many u-ays. Every 
inmate will be housed individually in a 



cell with a window to the outside world. 
There wll be such features as a 12 person 
medical unit that is virtually a mini- 
hospital, a denial office, a barber/beauty 
shop, carpeted common areas in the 48- 
pcrson ccllblock "pods,' a classroom, a 
well-stocked library and a basketball 
gymnasium. There won't be any guns or 
clubs. Concctions officers will be armed 
only with a radio as they go about their 
duties. 

But any idea on the part of the public 
that taxpayers have built a "prep school" 
for wrongdoers is totally misleading. 
Because of the new facilities and modem 
methods. Sheriff Clinton Grinnell and his 
staff will be able to "take back" 
management of the jail from the inmates. 
Modem jail administration provides for 
both more privileges and more restrictions 
at the same time. Through the theory of 
"direct supervision," Lake County's jail 
will be a safer and more humane place. 
Inmates N^ill conform to rigid military-like 
standards of conduct Violators of jail rules 
will end up in the maximum security 
wing under total lockdown 23 hours a day. 
Babcox Center is a jail, all righu 

Citizens can take pride in the fact that 
they have done their duty in providing a 
facility like the new Babcox Justice 
Center. 




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Visit Winchester House 



In extending public thanks to the 
74,863 citizens who supported the tax 
increase referendum for Winchester House, 
the citizens committee working for 
passage of the increase called attention to 
the fact that many voters may not be 
familiar with Lake County's extended care 
facility located in Libertyville. 

The committee encouraged residents 
who haven't visited Winchester to arrange 
a tour. Good idea. Visitors always are 
welcome. Guided tours can be arranged by 
calling (312)362^340. exL 262. 

There is some truth that the defeat can 
be attributed, in part, to lack of 
understanding of the services available at 
Winchester House. In a greater part. 



though, the defeat resulted from the fad 
thai taxpayers feel they already arc 
supporting Winchester House through the 
county's general fund and through public 
monies funnelled to Winchester through 
the wwnships. Call this the "enough is 
enough" syndrome. 

What needs to be more widely 
understood is that the present funding 
mechanism is resulting in a deficit 
generated from inadequate public aid 
funding. That's the reason for increasing 
the Winchester tax rate. It. was 
unfortunate, though, that officials asked 
for a larger levy increase than was 
necessary. We don't think that su^iegy sai 
very well with voters. 



A job is a job 



A lot of the teeth gnashing and hand 
wringing over the demise of Chrysler 
Corp. in Kenosha should subside now that 
Rust-0-leum, headquartered in Vernon 
Hills, has decided to locate a 240.000 
square foot production facility and research 
and development center in an industrial 
development on the Wisconsin side of the 
stau^line. 

Rust-0-leum will bring jobs to an area 
where jobs are needed. Promoters like to 



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point out that the 1,200-acrc development 
in which the new plant will be located was 
selected because of its location plus 
attractive corporate lax rates, a 60 percent 
capital-gains exclusion and low utility 
rates. All those things undoubtedly were 
important, but we're sure Rusi-0-lcum 
management also didn't overlook the 
readily available abundant labor supply. 
A job is a job, whether you're making 
cars or paint 



by RONALD E. GRIKSHEIMER 

For a decade and a half, various groups 
in Lake County have looked to the Lake 
County Forest Preserve District with 
divergent interests ranging from protecting 
our natural wildlife habitat, to slopping 
normal responsible and planned 
development. To each group, their goals 
arc valid ones. Indeed, how could anyone 
question the need in a vastly urbanizing 
county of preserving a segment of its 
natural heritage for the future! 

Commentary 

Somehow, it appears that one of the 
many projects of the Lake County Forest 
Preserve district has gone well awry of the 
proper goals relating to our prescrN'ation 
of natural habitat and is literally costing 
the taxpayers millions of dollars. 1 refer 
to the apparently never-ending Dcs Plaines 
River Water Reclamation Project adjacent 
to Wadsworih Road and Rte. 41 in 
Newport Township. 

This project, initiated as a "pilot 
project" for future similar developments in 
Illinois, has been funded with millions of 
dollars of State and Federal money. The 
avowed purpose is to let nature clean up 
the waters of the Dcs Plaines River 
through a vast and interrelated group of 
ponds and manual ducting systems 
through which river water is divencd. We 
were promised before the project began 
that it would "rcuim the area to its natural 
Slate". One need only go to the site to 
find that the Forest Prcscr%'e District has 
all but desu-oycd this previously beautiful 
area. The first portion of the project, 






which is still ongoing within the literally J 
hundreds of acres adjacent to the Dcs 
Plaines River, is cutting and burning all 
of the underbrush and small, natural;! 
occurring uces. Indeed, if one were to 
look down that portion of Mill Creek' 
running east of Rte. 41 toward the Dcs, 
Plaines River, you would think the Forcst^l 
Preserve District was going into' 
competition with municipal parks and 
were ready to start seeding the ground for 
lawn mowing. There is no area left for;! 
habiuit for many birds and animals of all j 
sizes. With the smoking piles of trees j| 
and underbrush mindlessly billowing up: 
in all comers of the project, it looks tmh'. 
like the areas of Western Europe after lit 1' 
passage of the great armies during WoW W 
War II. Jj 

In the historic area adjacent to the | 
Wadsworih bridge, adjacent to downio*!! 
Wadswonh on Wadsworih Rd., where 
there previously had been many naturally ; 
occurring trees of significant size,' 
sheltering and shading the area for ,1 
fisherman, canocr and naturalists, there is ;| 
now a bleak look of desolation. Ah yes, 
the Forest Preserve District has added 
something to this particular area. They 
have added an unsightly standpipc 
protruding five feet out of the ground, 
accompanied by a large elecuical box and 
a blaring mercury vapor light. 

Lastly, one must ask. "is it now 
appropriate to create an ongoing sysicra | 
for cleaning the Dcs Plaines River in onlcr^ 
to perpetually cleanse this natural :| 
tributary?" At the point where this 
project is located, it's hard to understand 

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Popular place to get married: Walworth County 



by BILL SCHROEDER 

Thanks to Illinois couples. Walworth 
County, Wis,, is winding up another 
banner year in the marriage license 
business. 

Ever since Illinois added AIDS testing 
as part of the blood u;st requirement, 
stateline border counties have been issuing 
a lot of licenses to Illinois couples getting 
married. Wisconsin has no blood test law. 

In Walworth County, ihe Illinois AIDS 
test requirement conuibuted to doubling 
the number of marriage licenses formeriy 
issued, according to County Clerk Carol 
Krauklis. With only a few weeks to go, 
Walworth's 1988 marriage license total 
stood at 1,165, with 588 licenses being 
issued to. Illinois residents. Walworth 
County charges $40 for a marriage 
license, with 525 going to the Suite of 
Wisconsin, so there's a litUe profit for the 



county. Wisconsin has a five-day wailing 

period. 

Somewhat surprising, there hasn't been 

an upswing in the wedding chapel 

business in Elkhom, the county seat of 

Walworth, Krauklis reponcd. Lake Geneva 

offers a version of "Marrying Sam", who's 

available \d handle a hiu:h. Wisconsin law 

also provides for family court 

commissioners, court aides — usually 

lawyers — who are empowered to perform 

wedding ceremonies. They tie the knots so 

local judges and clergy aren't 

overburdened. 

••••••• 

WAITING— There's a good reason 
why Bob Wilton, who docs an excellent 
impersonation of Abraham Lincoln, hasn't 
made any Lincoln appearances lately. "No 
one has asked me," remarked Bob, with a 
grin. 



Wilton, a village uustce of Antioch and 
former mayor, may be called upon soon to 
bring his stovepipe hat and frock coal out 
of mothballs, as efforts gather steam to 
properly identify Illinois with 
commissioning, due next November, of 
our nation's newest super aircraft carrier 
the U.S.S. Abraham Lincoln. 

Cidzens from all walks of life have an 
opportunity to panicipauj in ouifitung the 
Lmcoln with memorabilia and an official 
Lmcoln room to be used by the crew of 
6.000. A special detachment of 80 Illinois 
recruits is training right now at Great 
Lakes Naval Training Center which will 
be assigned to the Lincoln upon 
graduauon. * 

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HOLIDAY -MARKS'-If you're 
mto this sort of thing, the post office 




issued a reminder of some neat spccia 
holiday postmarks. To get the special 
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as usual and apply firsi-class posuigc lo 
each. Then put your mail into a large 
envelope and mail to the postmaster wiUJ 
a note requesting the cards be postmarked | 
in that community. 

You can select from ihesc postmarks. 
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Politically s peakin g.— 



Lakeland OPINION 



by JOSEPH SOULAK 

Special inlcrcsl legislation slaris in 
strange ways. At this month's 
reorganization meeting of the County 
Board, DisL 1 member Helen Belmont 
Amcndola of Highland Park showed up in 
a hospital bed accompanied by two 
paramedics. She is fighting cancer. 

The dean of the County Board was 
there to sec to it Norman Geary was 
elected chairman. He was. 

Sitting in the gallery, state Rep. John 
Matijcvich (D-Norih Chicago) was so 
moved he plans to introduce special 
legislation for the future Amendolas of 
this stale. It will provide absentee voting 
for County Board members. A doctor's 
excuse is the only thing needed. 

It should be noted similar legislation 
failed in the pasL "Too much of a chance 
for polidcal chicanery," critics said. What 
arc the chances this time? About the 








Everyone has a role 
in waste management 



Gerald Beyer John Matijevich 



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George Bell says he is going 
to hang it up. Well, to a point. 
Now 77, he is retiring as Fremont 
Twp. supervisor after 18 years. 

He served on the Lake County 
Board and was the first chairman 
of the Forest Preserve Dist. from 
1974 to 1978. That was when il 
bought 11,000 acres of land 
ranging from land for a bridal and 
hiking trail along the DesPlaines 
River to Countryside Colt 
Course, Gander Mountain Park 
and, planned before he left, Brae 
Loch Country Club. 

Never once did he use a veto. 
"That is why I was critical of 
Don Strenger," Bell said of his 
recently-defeated Forest Preserve 
Dist. successor. Strenger vetoed 
eight land purchases in the past 
18 months. "I didn't think such 
action was in the prerogative of 
the chairman or the spirit of the 
district," Bell said. 

Bell came to these parts in 
1959 to run Burgess-Vibrocraftcrs 
Inc, Grayslake makers of paint 
sprayers, metal engravers, lawn 
trimmers, sprinklers and humidi- 
fiers. After leaving the business 
he kept Brand Service Centers, a 
chain of 18 stores (including one 
in Waukegan, two in Milwaukee 
and several Chicago suburbs) re- 
pairing everything from toasters 
to television and lots more small 
appliances in between. "That 
will keep me busy along with my 
other interests," said the kindly 
man with a good work for every- 



body. 



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Don't look for a negative opinion 
from Lake County Stale's Ally, on the 
double dipping of County Board chairman 
and Avon Twp. Sup. Norman Geary. 

Opponents of the supervisor in next 
April's election have charged him with 
uiking an extra $1^00 as chairman of the 
town board of Uustccs. Geary says this 
has been going on since he came to office 



in 1963 and continued a practice estab- 
lished by his predecessor. 

Slate statutes are silent on the matter, 
so il is neither legal or illegal, says a le- 
gal opinion obtained by Geary last year. 

That's about the way Foreman's office 
looks at it. He only smiles and gives a 
low laugh when asked when his opinion, 
can be expected. One of his staffers nolcs 
this is the polilical season. Like young 
lovers, nciiher ihcy nor politicians should 
be held accountable for what ihcy say or 

do ai this lime of ihc year. 

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Christmas decoration lovers 
might like to try Garland Rd. near 
Wauconda. Catch it off Bonner 
Rd. or from downtown Wauconda. 
"There is a whole string of 
beautifully-decorated homes," said 
Wauconda Twp. Sup. Gerald 
Beyer, ending with his own. His 
has lighted wreaths on the house, 
a 20-foot lighted tree out front 
and a star atop a towering 
flagpole that can be seen for a 
distance while negotiating the 
winding road. 

Beyer has more time to help 
make his part of the world a little 
more beautiful. After eight years 
as being both a supervisor and 
County Board member for Dist. 6, 
he was retired from the latter post 
in the November election by 
Roberta O'Reilly of Long Grove. 

There have been quite a few re- 
tirements in the last few years for 
the 61 -year-old successor to 
Robert Dickson as the Wauconda 
Twp. powerhouse. Eight years 
ago he gave up flying his Cessena 
182, This made the drive to a 
Lake Tomahawk, Wis., summer 
home took too long by car, so he 
sold that, too. A few years before 
all of this Beyer retired from the 
building contracting business af- 
ter 28 years. 

"I've still got my home, yard, 
some 70 trees and hundreds of 
flowers," the supervisor said. "I 
can't retire from taking care of 

them. 

"I am also going to be as 
active as I once was in the 
Chamber of Commerce and 
Lions," he promises. "With all of 
the night County Board meetings 
those suffered in the past. That 
will change in 1989." 



by MARJORIE SENNHOLTZ 

Getting rid of garbage is a problem all 
over the country, and one we don't like lo 
think about. We have been fortunate lo 
have it removed from our premises 
regularly and where it has gone has not 
concerned us much. 

But it docs concern our public officials 
because they must deal with the problems. 
Landfills now in operation are running 
out of space and altcmalc sites are hard to 
find, expensive to reach, and waste 
valuable land. 

All landfills will leak, liners may tear, 
leachale pipes clog up. and other 
unforeseen problems may occur even in 
the best opcraled sites. Landfills can 
pollute groundwater and surface water with 
ihe toxic materials found in ordinary 
wastes. And once polluted, ihe waicr 
' supplies are difficult and expensive lo 
clean up-if they can be cleaned up at all. Il 
is unpleasant business, and no one really 
wanLs lo have one siled nearby. "Not in 
My Backyard" is a pretty universal cry. 

The Lake County League of Women 
Voters and the Citizens for a Belter 
Environment have recently presented a 
long and technical testimony lo ihc Lake 
County Solid Waste Advisory Commilice 
which emphasizes an integrated approach 
to solid waste management that makes 
waste reduction and recycling its 
centerpiece. This approach should conUiin 
the following elements: 

-incentives and other measures lo reduce 
the amount of waste generated by 10 
percent, and lo reuse or recycle at least 45 
percent. 

-incinerator capacity limited lo no more 



than 25 percent of the current solid waste 

load. 

-suingenl and comprehensive slandards 
for incineration air emissions and ash 

disposal. 

While there is a' role for landfilling. il 
must be considered a disposal method of 
last resort. 

LWVLC and CBE recommend that 
Lake County municipalities over 5.000 
population should enact ordinances 
csiablishing mandatory curbsidc recycling 
programs for all households, businesses, 
governmental offices, and institutions. It 
is suggested that paper, glass, and 



Commentary 

aluminum be separated for curbsidc pick- 
up. 

Composting of leaves, grass chppmgs, 
and ucc uimmings would reduce the 
county's waste stream by 20 percent. 
Elimination of these yard wastes, which 
usually have a high moisture content, will 
ensure better combustion in an 
incinerator. A recently enacted state law 
will ban leaves from landfills in 1990 
unless such facilities include composting. 
It is time ihal citizens of Lake County 
become concerned and involved with the 
disposal of solid waste. Each of us can 
make a contribution . lo the impending 
crisis we are facing. 

Editor's note: Marjorie 
Sennholtz is president of the 
League of Women Voters of Lake 
County. She resides in Zion. 



T.eUers To The Editor 



Reclamation 

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(Continued from Page 12) 
what great amount of cfnucnt or other 
potcnUal polluunls could be entcnng the 
Des Plaines River from its source that 
would require such immense invesunent 
for cleaning purposes. The rivcr^ source 
is only a few miles north in Kenosha 
County. Possibly, the. Lake County 
Forest Preserve DisUicl intends to start 
bottling the water after is passes through 
this system and will sell it like Ppmcr to 
future generations. 

As a resident of the area, it appears that 
the damage is irreversible. However, m 
Ihc wisdom of our County Board and lU 
general membership, il appears that a new 
rcKimc has been appointed and entrusted 
with the stewardship of our Lake County 
Fore st Preserve District. 
Filday. D«c«mb«r 16, 19M 



Il would be my profound hope thai these 
new individuals take a close look at the 
Des Plaines River Project and other 
similar projects in Lake County to 
determine whelhcr the real goals of a 
Forest Preserve Dislricl are being met or 
merely the whims of a few capricious 
experimenters with our natural 
environment. Somehow, people in 
government have a hard lime 
understanding thai if something is 
working right, you shouldn't fix it. 
Editor's note: Mr. Griesheimer is 
an attorney with offices in 
Waukegan. He once represented a 
district of Lake County in the 
Illinois General Assembly. He 
resides near the area he writes 
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Questions mayor's opinion 

Editor 

Mayor Edwin Schrocder of Grayslake 
voices many of the same platitudes that 
arc expressed by those in Liberty villc who 
would pillor Mike Graham for his stands 
against unconuolled growih. Ciuzens need 
to be aware that this same group also 
owns substantial properly in Grayslake, 
and will do anything in their power to 
maximize personal gain, regardless of the 
consequences or increases in taxes 10 ihc 

community. 

The mayor insinuated that the issues 
involved arc only the concern of 
Grayslake. Nothing could be further from 
the truth. Many of the developments in 
Grayslake are in oihcr school and park 
disu-icis. such as Woodland School and llic 
Wildwood Park Dist. Incidentally. 
Grayslake chose to waive the donation 
ordinance lo ihe Wildwood Park Dist. as 
part of the deal on the development at the 
comer of Rlcs. 45 and 120. This was done 
over the objeciion of the Wildwood Park 

Dist. . . 

Schrocder's worst insinuation is thai 
outsiders should stay out of Grayslake 
politics. Unless Mayor Schrocder had the 
constitution repealed while no one was 
looking, I was under the impression that 
citizens in this country had the right to 
work for or against candidates of their 
choosing, regardless of where diey lived. 

William A. Schaick 
Wildwood 

New breathing space 

Editor 

Sixteen years go, our family moved to 
Libenyvillc Township from Cherry Hill. 
N.J., a communiiy that was then in the 
process of paving over its orchards with 
high density housing. 

In researching where to settle with our 
young family, we investigated Arlington 
Heights and Palatine, among other 
communities. We finally decided on 
Libenyvillc for a number of reasons: 



excellent schools, a suong sense of 
communiiy, and the fact that it did not 
have "wall to wall people." with all that 

implies. 

Over Ihc years we have become 
increasingly concerned that the 
Libenyvillc area might end up like Cherry 
Hill is today: six-lane uaffic jams, 
gridlock to the shopping malls, litter, and 
overcrowded classrooms to name a few. 

Growth must be well planned. The 
Libenyvillc village board is 10 be 
congratulated for the various 
environmental safeguards it has been 
insisting on recently lo developers: 
lowered density, protection of wetlands 
and treed areas, and impact fees for ilie 

schools. 

Jerome Aguirrc is to be commended for 
not yielding to the pressures of 
development in the case of ihc Lccsley 
propcrty/Pulte annexation proposal on 
Rie. 137 near Buttcrncld Rd. His "no" 
vote will help to keep a balance between 
the intense growih in the northwest comer 
of Liberty villc Township and ihe desire of 
human beings to have a bit of breathing 
space .10 enjoy their beautiful 

environment. 

Chris Gcisclhart 

' Libenyvillc 

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New county facility is something 




by MIKE PRAMSHAFER 

Back in November of 1986, the Lake 
County Public Building Commission 
broke ground for the new Robert H, 
Babcox Justice Center in Waukegan. A 
little over two years later, occupancy in 
the new facility is just around the comer. 

With a current capacity of 286 and a total 
future capacity of 430, the new facility is 
scheduled to be open next month. 

Sheriff Clint Grinnell and Ed Sindles, 
deputy superintendent of operations at the 
new jail, conducted an in-depih tour of the 
justice center with Lakeland Publishers. 

The facility has been built in memory of 
Former Sheriff Robert H, "Mickey" 
Babcox. who served Lake County in that 
capacity from 1982-1988. Located at 20 S. 
County St. and 25 S. Utica St. total 
consuiiclion cost of the Jail was 529.662, 
414. 

The facility, which will be the most 
modem county jail facility in the nation, 
is basically divided into five areas: Lake 
County Jail. Work Release Facility. 
Sheriffs Adminisualion Offices, Courts 
Annex, and Building Support and Storage. 
The gross square footage is 248,728. 

The jail portion includes 240 single 
incarceration cells, 12 single medical 
holding cells, eight general holding cells 



and four group holding cells. Half of the 
fifth floor and all of the sixth fioor of the 
jail has not been completed as of yet. 
Available future expansion consists of 144 
single incarceration cells. 

The Work Release Facility consists of 
126 single detention cubicles and 13 
double detention cubicles for a total 
current capacity of 152. 

"The purpose of this 
facility is to detain our 
inmates in a safe, humane 
manner. Sure, they'll 
have to conform to strict 
Standards, but there are a 
lot of privleges here for 
them too." 

The main security for the jail is provided 
by Central Control, which includes 
cameras throughout the facility and a 
"security buzzer" at each door. It is known 
as a "secure perimeter jail." 

One of the big differences between this 
facility and the county's current jail is that 
there are no jail bars in the new building. 
Immatcs will be housed individually in a 



cell with a window. 

Sheriff Grinnell has mstilutcd the 
modern administration of a jail with this 
new facility, meaning inmates will have 
more privleges but more rcsUictions as 

well. 
"The new facility will be manned on the 
theory of ^direct supervision* in 48-pcrson 
ccllblock pods. Immates will have to 
conform to suict standards of conduct and 
will be moved to maximum security with 
23 hour lockdown if they don't conform. 
They are treated by the way they acL 
Correction officers will not carry guns and 
they will only be anncd with radios." said 

Sindles. 

He continued, "The purpose of this 
facility Is to dcmin our inmates in a safe, 
humane manner. Sure, they'll have to 




Cellblock pod 

Each cellblock pod in the nev^^ facility contains two floors, each consisting of 
individual cells with a window to the outside world. Also, individual shower stalls 
are located in each pod as are visiting rooms and a carpeted commons area on the 
lower level. 



New sheriff's offices 

Newly elected Lake County Sheriff Clint Grinnell stands at the entrance of his 
new office at the Robert H. Babcox Justice facility in Waukegan. 

14 Lakeland Newspapers 



conform to strict standards, but there artil 
lot of privleges here for them too W 
have a basketball gym, a barber shoni 
classrooms, a library, an excellent cafctoS^ 
facility, carpeting in the pods and i^ 
medical wing.** 

Tlic Courts Annex includes thr« 
modernized court rooms and the judges 
chambers. Sindles indicated tha imnaiciS 
won't have to be transported to ihc Couniyl 
Building for court proceedings. ;' 

"The Sheriffs Administration Offices 
will provide plenty of space for my siaff 
to operate. The way it is right now, 
they're climbing over each to get iheir 
work done," said Grinnell. 

The sheriff said public tours of the new 
facility will be offered in the near future. 




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Ed Sindles. deputy superintendent of operations at Ihe new jail, shows where 
one o( Central Control's cameras is located. Central Control is the main security 
brain of the new facility. 




Secure perimeter jail 

The main security for the jail is provided by Central Control, which includes 
carneras throughout the facility and a 'security buzzer at each door. The new 
facility is known as a 'secure perimeter jail ' 



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Coalition to match funds if study thorough: Winfrey 



The Coalition for Sound Public Policy 
praised the Lake County Board's Public 
Service Committee for earmarking 
S30.000 towards an economic study on 
the proposed transportation impact fee 
ordinance. 

The Coalition for Sound Public Policy 
is an ad hoc group of commercial real 
estate developers, working with numerous 
private and public concerns, to help ensure 
a fair and equitable solution to the 
controversial impact fee plan. 

The study will assess the economic 
impact on Lake County of a proposed tax 
on new development to help pay for road 



improvements stemming from future 
traffic congestion problems. 

"Wc applaud die County Board for its 
responsible position and willingness to 
measure the long-term ramifications of 
this new tax on Lake County," said Ron 
Winfrey, chairman of the Coalition and 
development director for Homari 
Development Co. 

The committee agreed to meet about 
half the study's cost, wiOi the balance 
shared among oOicr public and private 
agencies. Winfrey said the Coalition is 
offering to match the S30.000. providing 
the scope of die study is clearly defined. 



Board of health makes 
committee appointments 



We arc pleased with the deliberative 
approach that the Lake County Board is 
taking on this measure, unlike DuPagc 
which enacted an impact ordinance 
without fully understanding its 
implications," Winfrey added. 

Winfrey cautioned dtat impact fees 
could increase die average taxpayer's bill, 
especially in school districu where the 
financial burden of an impact fee could 
push development into neighboring areas. 

The Coalition hopes die study will 
determine whedier new development does 
in fact pay its fair share. The study should 



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also uncover die economic effects on local 
government, school disuicis, social 
service agencies, homeowners and others 
who have a stake in die outcome of die 
proposed ordinance. 

The Public Service Committee has 
voted unanimously to delay action on die 
proposed impact fee measure for 90 days, 
to allow time for furdier research and 
public hearings on the matter. 

Winfrey reiterated the Coalition's 
concern diat die ordinance undergo careful 
scrutiny and adequate public comment 
before any final vote. 



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The Lake County Board of Hcaldi has 
mad its Advisory Committee 
appointments. William Painter for die 
Nursing Advisory Committee; Sheldon 
Burman. M.D., for die Environmental 
Health Committee; Phillip Carrigan, 
PhD, for the Medical Services 
Committee; Tarry Scllke. DDS. for die 
Dental Committee; and Burton Adams. 
M.D.. for the ADC Council, the mental 

healdi group. 

The Lake County Board of Hcaldi has 
also made its Board of Health Committee 
appointments. 

The Executive Committee consists of 
Chairman Tarry Scllke, Barton Adams and 
Alice O'Shea. The Budget Committee 
consists of Chairman Barton Adams, 
William Painter and Phillip Carrigan. The 
Personnel Committee consists of Alice 
O'Shea. Barton Adams. lasbcU Buckncr, 
William Painter and a county board 
member. The Inierin Study Committee 
consists of Chairman William Painter, 
Alice O" Shea, Isabelle Buckncr and 
Phillip Carrigan. 

The"counly board liason has not been 

appointed yet 
In odier news, die Lake County Board of 



Healdi is negotiating for on-site dental 
service for Uic new Lake County Jail. 
CurrcnUy, die inmates arc escorted to die 
clinic on Belividerc Rd.. Waukegan. 



CLC breaks 






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for holidays New directors 



Registration for the spring semester at 
die College of Lake County will lake a 
break for die upcoming holidays. The 
college will be closed for a week-long 
winter break stardng Monday, Dec. 26. 
The college and registration will re-open 
on Tuesday, Jan. 3, with registration 
conUnuing until, Tuesday. Jan. 17. 

Individuals may' register by phone or in 
person Monday through Thursday and 
main campus and Lakeshorc Campus from 
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and 4 to 8 p.m. or at 
Soudilake. Monday dirough Wednesday 
from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Thursday 
8:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. 

For more informadon. call (312)223- 

8800. 



The Lake County Fair Assn. elected three new directors at its a^n^a' ["??*^^^^^^ 
(from left) David Bonner of Antioch. Eugene Kulin of Grayslake and John McNeil 

of Antioch. 

Fair Association elects officers 



The Lake County Fair Assn. held dicir 
annual meeting at the Lake County 
Fairgrounds with 117 voUng members 
present and numerous guests. The 
following were elected to a dircc year term 
of office by unanimous ballot: David 
Bonner, Wadsworih, Eugene Kulin, 
Grayslake, and John McNeill. Andoch. 

At a Board of Directors meeting, 
elections were held to determine the 
officers of die Lake County Fair Board. 



The following were elected for die year 
1989: President Ron Wcidncr. Round 
Lake; Vice President Eugene Kulin. 
Grayslake; Secretary John McNeill. 
Andoch; and Treasurer Walter Krumrey, 
Grayslake. 

Director David Bonner, Wadsworth was 
also elected to the Exccudve Committee 
to serve widi die above officers for a one 
year term. 



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SSS^reserve District selects officers 

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The Lake County Forest 
Preserve Dist. Board of 
Commissioners has 
appointed officers and filled 
committees at a special 
meeting held at 10 a.m. 
Monday, Dec. 12, 

President of ihc Forest 
Preserve Dist C. Richard 
Anderson said that the new 
officers arc Treasurer 
Herman Rhodes, Ass*U 
Treasurer Carol Calabrcsa, 



Secretary Linda Hess, and 
Ass'L Secretary Delores 
Braun. 

Heading up the Finance 
Committee is Chairman 
James Dolan, Vice- 
Chairman Roberta "Bobbie" 
O'Reilly, with members 
Norman Geary, Audrey 
Nixon, Don Strcngcr, and 
Andrea Moore. 

The Land Acquisition 
Committee Chairman is 





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Mike Graham with Vicc- 
Chairman John Rindl- 
Members are John Balcn. 
Rich Price, Eleanor 
Rosirun, and S\m SchmidL 
The Dcvclopmcnl, 
Planning, and Resioralion 
Commiiiee Chairman is 
Samuel Paine Sr., and Vice- 
Chairman Carol Calabrcsa. 
Members are Dcbra Halas, 
Charlotte Kicsgcn, and 
Matthew Miholic. 

The Education Museum 
and Public Information 
Committee Chairman is 
Bruce Hansen. Vice- 
Chairman is Debra Halas. 
Members are Delores 
Axclrod and James LaBcllc. 
The Golf and Special 
Events Committee Golf 
Chairman is Audrey Nixon. 
Vice-Chairman is John 
Balcn, with members James 
Dolan, Jim Field. Korman 



Gcar>\ Robert Ncal. Eleanor 
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Vice-chairman is Helen 
Amcndola. 

Anderson said that 
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as required for other special 



events members. 

The Flood Steering 
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The Boys Scout of America. Lakes 
Disuict, annual dinner/dance was held at 
Maravela's in Inglesidc. 

Awards were prcscnicd lo the following 
people. "Den Leader of the Year" was 
Venice Walther of Pack 191 in 
Lindcnhurst. "Cubmasicr of the Year" was 
awarded to Edward Aiiken of Pack 83 in 
Fox Lake. "Scoutmaster of the Year" was 
Fred Becker of Troop 90 in Wauconda. 

Three people earned the "Award of 
Merit". This is presented to people who 
have gone the extra mile to help Boys 
Scouts and the disuict to do a better job. 



The "Award of Merit" was earned by 
Lillian Wisrtiewski of Pack 191 in 
Lindenhursl^ Linda Dvorscak of Round 
Lake, and Ron Redmond of Troop 188 in 
LakeVillx 

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Army Reserve Pvt Michael Catlin, soo 
of Keith Catlin of Dccrficld. and Diana 
Catlin of Glencoc. has completed basic 
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by JOE WINTKR 

Rcslauranlcur Bill Govas, whose 
cstablishmchis have been visiicd by 
various celcbriiies. says he is proud ihal 
Lake County residents can now dine at a 
premier resiaurani wiihoul traveling a 
long distance. 

Govas, who had been a head chef in 
Chicago, moved here with his family in 
the mid-1970s. He. along with his wife, 
Crystal, own the Country Squire 
restaurant near Grayslake. The Govases, 
with ihcir son. Gus. also own the Sea 
Princess resiaurani in Libcriyvillc. Gus 
Govas will marry Aspasia Pciropoulas 
next December, and his future bride also is 
in the restaurant business, and will join 
their endeavors. 

"We try to give them the best we can 
for their money.'* Mr. Govas said. "They 
don't have to go far away to celebrate a 
birthday, anniversary, or holiday, such as 
Christmas." 

They have had the Country Squire, 
which features continental food, since 
1977. The former Landings became the 
Sea Princess under their ownership a half- 
year ago. and offers, as you might guess, 
mostly seafood. 

"We're really glad we made the move 
from Chicago to come up here to Lake 
County." the former chef said. 

Govas. 59. has been in the restaurant 
business since he was 17. Me started as a 
head chef working in Chicago when he 
was that age, training under experienced 
chefs from Europe and attending culinary 
school. 

Govas later worked for 18 years at 
Grassfield's in northern Chicago. "It was 
elegant." Mrs. Govas said. "It was the 
place where everyone went." she added, 
and it was frequented by celebrities, such 
as the Country Squire has been. 

Mrs. Govas was a hostess at Grassfield's 
for 10 years, at DeLeo's in Chicago for 12 
years, and at the Country Squire for the 
past 13 years. 

Their son gaiduatcd from Marper College 
as an honor student in food service 
management. He has worked in restaurants 
widi his parents since he was 13. 

The Country Squire was patterned, in 
part, after Grassfield's. and they draw 
customers from long disuinces away, such 
as Chicago. Their banquet hall can hold 
350 people, and another dining area an 

additional 275. 

The Sea Princess can hold 600 people 
when space in the cocktail lounge is 

included. 

Mrs. Govas said Country Squire can be 
an escape from the bustle of the city, and 
at Christmas has been termed 
"Fant:isyland." 

In summer, their 10,000 tulips and 
daffodils can be viewed with rabbits, foxes 
and deer occasionally running through the 
outside area. The interior is elegant, as 
well, with crystal chandeliers hanging 
throughout the banquet facility just 
constructed on the southwest corner, and a 
winding staircase leading to private bridal 
suites. Outdoor weddings arc one of their 
more popular events. 

While the Country Squire is rather 
uaditional, titc decor at the Sea Princess is 
more modem. The Libcriyvillc restaurant 
has two beautiful patios, and a lake 
complete with waterfowl and a fotmtain 
with lights. 
"When you work hard and make up your 

mind to do something, you can do it." 




Restauranteurs 

Bill and Crystal Govas, shown in lounge area of one of their restaurants, the 
Country Squire, say Lake County is a great place for them to do business. The 
Govases. originally from Chicago, also own the Sea Princess in Libertyvilie. 



Govas'said. addinc that 12- or-14 hour 
days are not uncommon. 

Country Squire is open on Chrisimas 
and New Year's and the evenings before 
both days. Govas said. In fact. Christmas 
Eve is one of their bigger nights, and 
Govas says many people make it a point 
to come to the Country Squire on that 
evening. He attributes tliis to the counu-y 
atmosphere to be found dicre. 

The total number of people employed at 
both restaurants is 180. almost all of 
them from Lake Coimty. 

The Country Squire originally was the 
stately residence of Wesley Scars, scion of 
tlie Chicago-based mail order nm. 

The house was completed in 1938. t.^C 
was regarded as 10 years ahead of its time 
in modem conveniences. 



The lawn covers 13 acres, and surrounds 
a 200-year-old horse chestnut tree, and a 
"good luck" Ginko tree imported from 
China by die Govases. 

The original Country Squire restaurant 
was opened in 1954 by Martin and Edna 
GicscI, known for dieir successful Cafe de 
Paris in Chicago. 

Much of the original Scars' home still 
is intact, and in 1958 the restaurant was 
expanded by adding a dining porch to the 
soutli and cast exteriors of die building. 

Some of the celebrities having dined at 
the Counu-y Squire include Carl Sandburg, 
.vlarlon Brando, Esther Williams. Barbara 
Eden, Wolfman Jack and Mike Ditka. 

Frank Lloyd Wright once remarked 
while dining there: "For a place I didni 
design, il's a nice joint you have here." 



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John Neibaur 

John Neibaur has been 
promoted lo the position of 
product manager, sur- 
factants, at PPG-Mazcr, a 
division of PPG Industries' 
chemicals group. In his new 
position. Neibaur assumes 
marketing responsibilities 
for food emulsifiers, general 
surfactants and personal care 
product lines. Neibaur 
joined PPG-Mazer 13 years 
ago as a quality control 
chemist. He was promoted 
to quality control manager 
and then to associate general 
manager before assuming 
his newest position. Nei- 
baur has a B.S. degree in 
chemistry from the Univ. of 
Wisconsin, and is complet- 
ing work on a M.B.A. at 
the Lake Forest Graduate 
School of ManagemcnL He 
and his wife. Stephanie, are 
Gumcc residents. 

Joel Johnson 

Joel R. Johnson was 
promoted to assistant vice 
president of Commercial 
Lending for the first 
National Bank of Antioch. 



Johnson has served as a 
commercial loan officer 
since December 1987. He 
began his career with the 
bank in January 1985 as an 
internal auditor. Prior 
promotions have included 
operations officer, 
controller, and commercial 
loan officer. Johnson is a 
1983 graduate of the 
University of Wisconsin- 
Parkside in Kenosha. His 
degree is in business 
management with his major 
in accounting and fmance. 
He graduated from the 
National Commercial 
Lending School held at the 
University of Oklahoma in 
Norman. Okla. Johnson 
resides in Kenosha with his 
wife Tammy and their son 
Benjamin. 



attorney in 1984. Goldberg 
holds an A,B. degree in 
international economic 
relations from Brown 
University in Providence, 
Rhode Island, and a J.D. 
degree form Harvard Law 
School in Cambridge, 
Mass. She is a member of 
the American Bar Assoc. 
and the Transnational 
Business Lawyers Assoc. 
She resides in Chicago. 





Honey Goldberg 

Honey Lynn Goldberg has 
been promoted lo division 
counsel for international 
operations in tlie office of 
general counsel at Abbott 
Laboratories. Previously, 
she was a senior ailorncy in 
the same division. She 
joined the company as an 



Norman Wald Jr. 

Norman J. Wald. Jr., 
Ph.D.. has been promoted 
to director of technology 
assessment and acquisition 
in the diagnostics division 
at Abbott Laboratories. 
Previously. Wald was 
manager of technology 
acquisition in the same 
division. He joined the 
company in 1984. He 
holds a B.A. degree in 
biology from Canisius 
College in Buffalo. N.Y.; 
an M.B.A. degree in 
business and finance from 
the University of Chicago; 
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Lisa A. Kassner has been 
appointed to the position of 
area manager for the Pilot 
Pen Corp. of America. 
"Lisa will be responsible 
for the sales and distribution 
of the entire Pilot line, 
including the popular Better 
Ballpoint. Razor Point and 
Precise Rolling Ball pens, 
through stationery and 
office supply channels in 
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Suibilo USA. Inc.. covering 
the Chicago area. Kassner 
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University with a B.A. 
degree in psychology. She 
and her husband, Greg, 
reside in Mundelcin. 

Tcrri Murphy 

Terri Murphy, realtor, at 
Re/Max Suburban. Inc., in 
Libertyville has shattered 
the SlO-niillion mark in 
sales for 1988. Murphy, a 
lifetime resident of Lake 
County, has been listing 
and selling homes for over 
10 years. Her experlisc in 
the real estate field has 
helped her gain outstanding 
sales figures for the past 
several years. This year's 
posted sales have made 
Murphy one of the top real 
estate agents in the mid- 
west. Among her many ac- 
complishments in 1988, 
Murphy has been appointed 
chairman of the education 
and productivity task force 
for the 111. Assn. of Real- 
tors, founded the Lake Co. 
chapter of the Women's 
Council of Realtors, and is 
currently working on several 
charity projects for the win- 
ter montlts and early 1989. 

Jan Hamilton 

Roosevelt Univ. an- 
nounces that Jan Hamilton, 



Prairie View, has been 
named director of the uni 
versii/s Lake County cam- 

pus effective Jan. I. Hamij. 
ton IS no stranger to north 
suburban education. She 
helped open the Lake 
County campus in fail, 
1987, and directed its opera! 
lion on a part-time basis 
She also served as associate 
dean for the university's 
Evelyn T.Stone College of 
Condnuing Education. Prior 
to joining Roosevelt in 
June. 1986. Hamilton was 
director of community rela- 
tions and development for 
Oakion Community Col- 
lege. 

Mike Bremncour, 
Ramona Mitchart 

Mike Bremncour and 
Ramona Mitchart returned 
lo their Antioch real csiaic 
office after attending a 
week-long course of 
advanced education for pro- 
fessional real estate agents. 
Bremncour and Miichanarc 
with the firm of Re/Max 
Advantage Realty at 532 
Lake St. in Antioch. Brem- 
ncour and Mitchart were 
participating in the Realtors 
Institute of Illinois, held at 
the Hotel Pere Marquette in 
Peoria. Jhcy completed un- 
dergraduate Course Three of 
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THE FIRST TREES 

"Oh, Christmas TVce. . ." Thousands 
of years ago people in Egypt, Rome 
and England decorated trees to cel- 
ebrate the beginning of winter. Bui, 
according to Ranger Rick magazine, it 
was not until 400 years ago that people 
in Germany decorated the first trees to 
celebrate Christmas. 

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Famous people born on Christmas 

1642 — Isaac Newton. English physicist who discovered the law of 

gravity. 
1818 — Clara Barton, organizer of the American Red Cross. 
1899 — Humphrey Bogart, American actor who starred in such movies as 

Casablanca and Tlie Maltese Falcon. 
1 907 — Cab Calloway, jazz band leader who is famous for his *'scat" singing. 
1918 — Anwar Sadat, former president of Egypt. 
1924 — Rod Serling, noted television personality and creator of the show 

Tlie Twilight Zone, 

1948 — Barbara Mandrell, country singer. 

1949 — Sissy Spacck, American actress who starred in such movies as Carrie 

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Star light, star bright: Just what 
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the current leading theory is that the 
star was a conjunction of Jupiter and 
Saturn. 

When such a conjunction occurs, the 



two planets sometimes look like one 
bright star to observers on Earth. 
Other theories claim the famous orb 
was a supernova (dying star) or a com- 
et. And, still another theory says the 
Star of Bethlehem was simply a mir- 
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®Morc women wear make-up during 
the holiday season than at any other 
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are not accustomed to wearing make- 
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*l)To perk up eyes with telltale 
lines from too much partying, 
apply an eye cream beneath the 
eye area before applying your 
concealer. 
*2) To add subtle sparkle to your 
eyes, apply iridescent pigments 
to the inner corner of the eye. 
Your eyes will appear larger 
and more luminous. 
*3) For a plumper, more sensual 
lip, apply a streak of iridescent 
lipstick down the center of the 
lips, cither beneath or over a 
. matte shade. 
•4) Iridescent shades are beautiful 
for the holidays, but also more 
drying. Use moisturizer over 
the face and lip balm over lips 
to hold in moisture. 
*5) Use face powders with a hint of 
iridescence to add subtle shine 




to your holiday 

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•6) Forjust that hint 

of glitz, apply a thin line 
of glitter gel as an eyeliner. 
Use also to highlight hair, 
shoulders and lips. 
•7) Carry an all-around make-up kit 
for quick changes during this 
party season. A great one is II- 
Makiagc's 77/ Make Yoit Beau- 
tifttl Kit, complete with brushes, 
lipstick, mascara, concealer, pen- 
cils, and nine shadows and 
rouges. Retail price: $50.00. A- 
vailablc through mail order at I- 
800-722-1011, and at the II- 
Makiagc salon located at 107 E. 
60th St., New York, NY 10022. 
Phone 212/371-3992. Change 
your look from office to party in 
less tha!i five minutes! 
For more tips on make-up you can 
do throughout the year, read I'll Make 
You Beautiful fNAL Books) by liana 
Harkavi, now available in paperback 
at bookstores. Make-up artist to such 
luminaries as Diana Ross and Cher, 
liana Harkavi shares her knowledge of 
make-up techniques and trends 
through an easy to read text complete 
with color photos and specific il- 
lustrations. HL880078 



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'•I 1275 South Main Street Antioch, IL '; 
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f 'Every arte s InrntecCTo %ememSer 
^ Our Savior 's 'Birth! 

& Dec. 18 3:00 & 7:00 p.m. j- 

^ The Story Presented By The Children jj 

i^ Christmas Eve Festival Service 7:00 p.m. j 

2> Christmas Eve Candlelight Service 10:30 p.m. |! 

i> Christmas Day Song Sen/ices 8:00 a.m. & 10:30 a.m. j! 

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Long Grove Community 
Church 

CHRISTMAS EVE 

Christmas Eve Family Services . . 6:00 a 7:30 p.m. 

Nursery will be provided. 
Candlelight Communion Sendee 11:15 p.m. 

CHRISTMAS DAY 

Worship Sennce and Sunday ScItooI . . 10:00 a.m. 

Dev. Michael Alan Daull 
Dr. Craig P. Baldacci 



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home for Christmas 1988, 
come share Christmas with 
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We will welcome you, re- 
joice with you and share the 
birth of Christ our Savior 
together. 

CALVARY PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

at Round Lxike 

510 Cedar Lake Road, Round Lake, Illinois 

Rev. Usle Kauffman (312) 54&4444 

DEC. 18 

Famity V/orshlp Service 930 ajn. 

Traditional V/orship Service 1 1 :00 a.m. 

DEC. 24-ChristfTias Eve 

Junior Choir Singing 7;X p.m. 

Adult Choir-Cantata 

"JESUS IS BORN- 11:00 pjn. 

DEC. 25- Chrislmas Day 

SpcdaJ Services 950 a.m. 

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Holy Communion At Both Services 




LAKELAND EVANGELICAL 
FREE CHURCH 

34515 N. Hunt Club Rd., Gurnee, IL 
Doug Halsne, Pastor 

(312)623-1505 

CHRISTMAS SERVICES OF WORSHIP 

Dec. 18, Sunday 

Sunday School 9:30 a.m. 

Worship Service 1 1 :00 a.m. 

Dec. 23, Friday 

Youth Group "The Crossing" 

Christmas Party 6:30 p.m. 

Dec. 25, Sunday 
Christmas Celebration . 1 1 :00 a.m. 



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^mi-Ohc United BoUslant Church -- 
iL of Graifslakc ffi 

Christmas Services Of Worship 

Sunday, December 18, 19SS 

Worship Service and Cantata ^OAS a.m. 

Saturday, December 24, 1983-Christmas Eve 

A Christmas Eve Celebration '-00 p m. 

Wassail Hours in Church Parlor S:00 p.m.-1030 p.m. 

Traditional Christmas Eve Sor\'ico 

With Sacrament of Holy Communion 10-45 p.m. 

Sunday, December 25, 19S8 

Christmas Day Service Of Worship 10.15 a.m. 

Roger L. Baumeisler, Pastor 

Judith Adams Wang, Associate Pastor 

(312) 223-S131 




j.First Church of Christ, Scientist 

26807 W. Liberty (Rte. 176) Wauconda. IL 

Sunday, Dec. 18 

Services 1 1 :00 a.m 

Sunday School 1 1:00 a.m 

Child Care Will Be Provided 
Wednesday, Dec. 21 

Testimony Meeting 7:30 p.m 

Sunday, Dec. 25 

Christmas Sen/ice 1 1 :00 a.m 

BiWes-ieaihef. do'Ji and paperback, pi^js coxordances. c-cicro'cs, 

commentaries. The Now English Bibie, anc o iier stuc/ gu-des are ava.1- 

ab'e to purchase, borrow, or use in the study rxm. 

Our reading room is in the chjrch baildmg 

Hours: Frkiay 2 p.m.-730 p.m.; SaturCay 1 \ :30 a.m.-2.30 p.m. 

Before And After Wednesday Evening K^oe'-ngs 

ALL ARE WELCOME 



ST. GILBERT CATHOLIC 
CHURCH 

301 E. Belvidere Rd. Grayslake. IL 
Rev. Harold Voss Rev. Donald Ulatowski 

DECEMBER 24- 

Mass of Christmas 4:00 p.m. 

7:00 p.m. 
Christmas Carols, Procession and 

Blessing of the Cnb 10:X p.m. 

Concelebraled Christmas Mass 1 1 ;00 p m. 

MAS5ES- 

Christmas Day 750-9.00-10:30 a.m. 

(No 1 2.00 Noon Mass on Sunday. 
Chrislmas Day) 

New Year's Eve 5:00 p m 

Ua-tt Year's Day 730-9.00-10:30-1 2.O0 ftoon 

CONFESSIONS" 

Sarjrday, Docombcr 17 40) to 4:45 p.m. 

Communal Penance Servico 7:30 p m" 

Saturday, December 24 . . . . 1 1 :00 a.m. to 1 .00 p'm! 

(No Confessions on Saturday, Oec.24 
at 4.-00 p.m.) 
Saturday, December 31 4O0 to 4:i5 p.m. 

Holy Communion will be brought to the 
sick and shut-ins upon request. 




CALVARY TEMPLE 

CHRISTIAN CENTER 

ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH 

134 Monaville Road, Lake Villa, IL 

"CHristmas 'Emphasis' 

Dec. 15 7.-00p.m. 

Calvary Christian SctiooJ 
Chrislmas Program 

Dec. 17 and Dec 18 

7:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 

Music Drama 

"A Son, A Savior" 

Dec. 24 5fl0p.m. 

Christmas Eve Service 

Sev.Darrel Hendiickson, 

Pastor 

(312) 356-6181 



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Rt. 176 & Anderson Road. Wauconda. IL 
Dr. Jtromi L ittrt Hit. Chritto^hir larnt 



(312)526-8254 

Dec. 18 "Tell The World" Concert 6:00 p.m, 

Dec. 24 Christmas Eve Service 4:00 p.ni. 

Dec. 30 Teenage All Night Celebration ... 9:00 p.m. 

Dec. 3 1 New Year's Eve Celebration 8:00 pjn. 

Christmas Day & New Year's 
I Day Service 10:15 a.m. 



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(312)526-7148 

Rev. Alberf L Leveridge, Vicar 



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Advent IV Sefvices 8;00 a.m. & 10:00 am. j!; 

Dec. 24-Chrislmas Eve f 

Children's Service 5:30 p.m. 5* 

Carol Singing 10:30 pjn. \ 

Lessons-Carols and Mass 11:00 p-iD. h- 

Dec. 2&^hristmas Day i 

HoJy Communion 10.00 am. ^• 

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Calvary Temple 
Assciiilrfics of God 

450 Keller Ave. Waukegan, 11^ 

You arc invited to attend these services: 

Dec 16, 17, 18 7:00 p.m. 

Christmas Musical 

"Come Celebrate Christmas" 
Dec. 24 6:00 p.m. 

Christmas Eve Service 
Dec. 25 10:35 a.m. 

Christmas Day Service 
Dec. 31 9:00 p.m. 

New Year's Eve Service 
Jan. 1 10:35 a.m. 

New Year's Day Service g 

Pastor: Roberl F. Abbott 

(312)662-2335 
Child Care Provided 




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LUTHERAN CHURCH 

(Missouri Synod) Rev. Jorin W. Zellmer< Pastor 
25100 W. Grand Ave,, Lake Villa, Hi 60046 

(ROUTES SSEr 132) 
(312)356-5156 



Dec. 24lh 
6:30 p.m. 

Dec. 24lh 
11:00 p.m. 

Dec. 25lh 
8:15 a.m. 
110:45 a.m. 




Ouf Children Tell The Christmas Story 
-for Children and Adults 

Words and Carols o( Welcome and Adoration 
-■"Silent Night" by Candlelight 

Joyful Praise. Thanksgiving and Worship 
"Joy To The World The Lord Has Come" 

We cordially invite everyone to 
attend all of our services. 



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Regular Sunday Worship Serivce 8:15 and 10:45 a.m. | 

^ ^ jv 'Come unto Me all ye who labor ar^d aref^ 
^ heavy /oden and / will give you rest. ^ 

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Libertyville, Illinois b 

(312)362-4424 ^? 

StJOhtTS 

LUTHERAN CHURCH and SCHOOL 

Dec. 24: Children's Service. 6:30 p.m. 
Candlelight Service, 10 p.m. 



Christmas Day: 8 a.m. & 10:45 a.m. 
Visitors always welcome 
... Wisconsin Synod .^ 



FILL YOUR HEART WITH PEACE &JX>VE 
Presbyterian (USA) 

1 500 W. Hawley Mundelein. Ill J«' 

(3 1 2) 949-8670 (3 1 2) 949-58761 

Rev. Paul R. Key, Pasior 

Dec. 24 7:30 p.m. 

Christnnas Eve Candlelightjj 
Communion Service 
Child Care Provided 






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Episcopal Church Of 
The Holy Family 

^ *Xn? 25291 W. Lehmann Blvd. 

A.i Lake Villa, Illinois 
^^•- Rev. Ernie Sumrall 
(312)356-7222 

Dec. 24 CfirTslmas Eve. 

Midnight Mass 11-00 P-f"- 

Dec. 25 Christmas Day 

Holy Eucharist 9:00 a.m. 

Nursery Provided 
Visitors Are Weicomel 



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977 Main Antioch. Illinois •: 

(312) 395-0652 
Fr. Vincent J. Eckholm, Rector 



Trinity Evangelical [^ 

Lutheran Church ^ 

25519 W.Hwy. 134, Ingleside. Illinois 
(312)546-2109 



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K Dec. 24, Family Mass 5:30 p.m.'^ 

Christmas Caroling 11'.15 p.m.j 

Midnight Christmas Mass 11:30 p.m.?, 

Dec. 25, Christmas Morning \ 

Holy Eucharist 10:00 a.m.^^ 

Mundelein United Methodist Church 

26120 N. Diamond tali- Ud. Mondaloln. IlllnoU 



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Dec. IB Aiweni 



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^ ,1,^,.,.. Service >;■•:/; 

4lh a'chiing ol ihe Wise Man's Candle ,.« 
Sunday School Christmas Proyam 

"Food For Oor Frienis' , _ 7-00 om 

Dec 24 Annua! Christmas Eve CommurtfyServca 7.00 pm. 

"Lighting ol The Peace Candle" 

Tradflbnal Candle fahiinq Ceremonyby aJL 

Sinoiro d Siteni NighiHoly NflU. and the dosmg 

moments ol Dodcaioo. 

A Beautiful Eiperia nee. 

Dec. 25 Christmas Fami>y Worship Servka • tlflOa.m. 

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3 CandlolighlSeivice& Communion u.uup.m. i^ 

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GAGES LAKE BIBLE CHURCH 

(1 Block east of Hwy. 45 on Gages Lake Rd.) 

Dec. 18 

Sunday School for all ages 9:45 a.m. 

Worship 10:55 a.m. 

Christmas Cantata 6:00 p.m. 

Dec. 25 

Worship 10'-00 ^■^• 

(For more information, call (312) 223-2923) 




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BETHEL LUTHERAN CHURCH 

(Missouri Synod) 

51 lOGrond Ave. Gurnee, Illinois 

(312)244-9647 

Rov. Adon E. Loeft. Pa»tor 

Dm-Ts Children's Chrlslmas Service, 

Publiclnviicd 4:00 p.m. 

Dec. 24 CHRISTTMAS EVE -, ,n « 

Service With Youth ParticipaUon .7:30 p.m. 

Candlelight Scivicc » 1:30 p.m. 

Dec, 25 CHRISTMAS DAY n ryi , „ 

Worship Service 9:00 a,m. 

Dec. 31 NEW YE.\R»S EVE n nn . ^ 

Service With Holy Communion f'-w p.m. 



;4 Jan. 1 NEW YEAR'S DAY SERVICE ... 9:00 a.m. J 



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Dec. 24 JMW^' ■ 2 

Children's Service 7:00 p.m. 2 

Candlelight Worship 10:30 p.m. •: 

Dec. 25 ? 

Christmas Day Service 9:00 a.m. jj 

Dec. 31 S 

New Year's Eve '? 

Vespers with Communion 7:00 p.m. ij 

(312) 546-4685 I 



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J, Wauconda, 




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Christmas Worship 



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Family Candlelight Service with 

Telling of Christmas Story 

11 p.m. 

Candlelight Communion Service 

Music By Senior Choir 



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St. Andrew's Church 

(Episcopal) 

Lake St. & Park Ave., Grayslake. III. 
The Rev. Fr. K. K. Behrel, Rector 

Christmas Services 

December 24 - Christmas Eve 

The Christ Mass 7:00 p.m. 

Midnight Mass 1 1 :00 p.m. 

The Sacrament of Reconciliation 

(Confessions). .4:00 p.m. To 5:00 p.m. 

and 9:00 p.m. To 10:00 p.m. 

Dec. 25 — Christmas Day 

7:30 a.m. Mass 
9:00 a.m. Mass 

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Church 

4555 Grand Ave. Gurnee. IL 

(312)336-2392 
Harry Clark, Pastor 
Cheryl Burke, Associate Pastor 

Dec. 18, Sunday 

Service of Lessons And Carols 9:45 a.m.a 

Sunday School Christmas Program .... 6:30 p.m.fr 
"I With It Could Be Christmas All Year Long" 
§^,Dec. 24, Saturday, Christmas Eve 

Family Worship 7:00 p.m. . 

Candlelight Service 10:00 p.m.;. 

g: Dec. 25, Sunday Worship 10:30 a.m.» 

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First Presbyterian Church 

Douglas at Maple Ave. 

Libertyville 

362-217'! 

vfce Services of Carols. Anihen.s. nnd Gind le LiglUin g 
4:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 11:00 p.nij 

Children and Youth Choirs m 4^ pm. 
Chancel Choir at 7:00 arid 11:00 p.m. 



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Faith Baptist Church 

J^ of Lake Counti^ 

jQ^D 954 Brae Loch Road, Grayslake, Illinois 

^M= (312) 223-6249 

BeasMms l[i]*B®agy[BS OoQ^BeaeMfflg M 
CHRISTMAS SERVICES 

Christmas Eve 7:30 p.m. 

Christmas Day ... . 8:30 a.m. & 10 a.m. 

NUKSERY PllOVniED 

Pastor: Zack D. Turner . 
Associate Pastor: Tobin Wilson 



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Rev. James R. Glenn "' 
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United Methodist Church f. 
of Antioch i_ 

848 Main St. Antioch, IL fc 

r. DarrellD.'Englith, Putor t 

Dec.,8 (312)395-1259 t 

J, The Churc;-. Al Worship 8:30 a.m. & 10:45 a.m. R 

r Christmas Program 9:^5 a.m. ^ 

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\ Dec. 24-Chrislmas Eve. ' _ 

r Service 01 Lessons And Carols 4:00 p.m. j; 

^ Candlelighl Sen/ice • ^^■f^'^"'" •« 

Il A Traditional Service Of Celebration And Joy 



Dec. 25 Christmas Day 



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ANTIOCH EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH 

Tiffany Rd. and Highview Drive, Antioch, IL 

(312)395-4117 

Ronald L Ayers, Pastor-Pastor Steven Sward, Minister Of Youth 

Dec. 1 7 Christmas Cantana 7:00 p.m. 

Dec. 18 Chrislmas Cantana 6:00 p.m. 

By ticket only, complementary tickets available at 
Church office. 

Dec. 21 Sunday School Program 7:00 p.m. 

Dec. 25 Christmas Sen/ice 8:30 a.m, and 1 1:00 a.m. 



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;' Rie. 173 ol Harden St. Aniioch, III 

y Sunday. Doc. 25 

•i Sofvicos 10.30 

i Sunday School 10 30 

:«J Wod. Evening Ktoeting Doc. 21 8.00 

?. Our Reading Room is siluoled in the Church Buildi 
y Hours Wed. Eve 7-7:45 p.m. and the second a 
>] fourth Saturday of the month 2-4:00 p.m. 
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CHRIST EPISCOPAL 
CHURCH 

410 GrandAve.-Waukegan 

Rev. William R. McCarthy, Reclor 

(312)662-7061 

Christmas Eve, 

^'^'^^ 7:00 p.m. 

RHe l-Choral Eucharist 11:00 p.m. 

Chrislmas Day 

Rile l-Sald Eucharist 8:00 a.m. 

Rite ll-Choral Eucharist io:00 a.m. 



\VA6II5UQN CONGDCGAnONAL ClIUDCtI 

23171 Indian Creek Rd., UalfDay, IL 

(Diagonally across from Denny's Restauranl) 

(312) 634-1765 Minister Monte Ballard 

■J(f^ Christmas Eve Candlelight Service 7:00 p.m. 
Christmas Day Service 10:00 a.m. 





Wlldwood Presbyterian Church 

jij_ Sears Blvd at Sunset 

Wlldwood, Illinois 

(312)223-0073 

Rev. Terence "Toby" Jones 

Dec. 18 

Church School 9;00 a.m. 

Worship Service 1 0:00 a.m. 

Hymn & Carol Sing 7:30 n m 

Dec. 24 '^' 

Christmas Eve 

Congregational Christmas Singing . 7:30 p.m. 

Candlelight Service 8:00 p.m. 

COME AND CELEBRATE WITH US! 



Lake Villa United 
Methodist Church 

nOMcKlnleyAve., Lake Villa, IL 

Founded 1864 

Rev. James C. Darby 

(312)356-2661 

Dec. 18 

Christmas Pageant 1 1 :00 a m 

Dec. 24-Christmas Eve. 

Family Candlelight Service 7-00 p m 

Dec. 25-Christmas Day 

Church School 9:30 g m 

Worship 11:00 a.m' 



St. Mark Lutheran Church 

1 822 E. Grand Ave. Lindenhurst, JIL 

Roger L PIttman, Pastor 

Colleen F. Kamke, Asst. Pastor 

(312)356-8140 

Dec. 18 

Advent Service 8:00 a.m. & 1 1 :00 a.m. 

Sunday School 9-30 a m 

Sunday School Christmas Program ........ ajoo p!m. 

Dec. 24 
Candlelight Services 
with Communion 8:00 & 1 1 :00 p.m. 

Dec. 25 
Chrislmas Day Worship 
with Communion ^0:00 a m 



Remember ChrisL our Saoior, 
was born on Christmas Day. 



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FOX LAKE BAPTIST 
CHURCH 

27430 W. Nippersink, 

Inaleside, IL 60041 

Pastor: James Hanna 

(312)587-7722 

Sunday, Dec. 18- 

10:45 a.m. Morning Worship Service 

"What is the true spirit of Christmas?" 

4,-00 p.m.-Sunday School Christmas Program 
Saturday, Dec. 24-7:00 p.m. 

Christmas Eve Candlelight Worship 
Sunday, Dec. 25-10:45 a.m. Worship Service 

•Sleep in Heavenly What?" 

(No Sunday School on Christmas morning) 
Saturday.Dec. 31 -New Year's Eve 

730 p.m.-Communion Service 
Sunday. Jan. 1 

Morning worship at 10:45 a.m. 
No evening service 




Round Lake 
Community Church 

(United Church of Christ) Round Lake IL 
Comer Goodnow Blvd. & Aviion Ave 
Pastor Daniel Bloesch (312) 545-10o6 

Doc. 18 

Sunday School Christmas Pageant 

and V/ofship Scfvioo 

Dec. 24 

Chrislmas Evo Family 

Candlofighl Sofvico .^^ 

Doc,25 '030pjn. 

Chrislmas Day Worship Sofvico ^q.^ 



10:45 ajTi. 



FAITH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

2107 W. Lincoln Rd. Dr. Eric J. Snyder McHenryJL 
Assoc. Pastor Phyllis Mueller 

(Across from Outdoor Theater) (815) 385-5388 

Dec. 17, Saturday Itaiah: 53 Chrislmat Concert .... 7-30 om 

Dec. IB, Sunday-HandeU Christmas Me5»bh-8:M a.m. & lo'Vs a m. 

Dec. 18. ChiWren'i Christmas Program * /oOom 

Dec. 24,Christmas Eve Candlelight Servkes *' ^ ^ 

4:30jp.m. & 8:00 pjn 

Dec, 25, Christmas Communion Services 3:30 am & 10-45 a.m. 



Reoular Sunday Worship 

HoV Comrrunion weekly at 8:30 a.m. Service 



8:30 4 10:45 am 



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LUTHERAN CHURCH 

a congregation of the Evangelical Lutheran 

Church in America 

Charles E. Miller, Pastor 

(312)395-3359 

Dec. 18 ... . THE FOURTH SUNDAY IN ADVENT 

Holy Communion Servlcai 

8:00 a.m.& 10:30 a.m. 

Children's Christmas Program 

3:00 p jn. 
D»?-24 CHRISTMAS EVE 

Candleliglit Services 

Holy Communion 




7:30 pjn. 4 10:30 pjn. 
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Dec. 

Holy Communion Service 
10:30 a.m. 



CHRISTMAS DAY 



1155 Hillside Avenue (Route 59) Antioch, Illinois 



Come And Behold Him, Bom 

The King Of Angels; Come 

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Candlelight Service 7:30 p.m. 

Holy Communion ii:00 p.m. 

CHRISTMAS DAY ii.wup.m. 

Holy Communion 10:00 a.m. 

''ev- Roger A. E///of», Posfor 

Slate Park Rd.. '/, Mile North of Rie. 12 
Fox Lake, Illinois 
(312)587-7727 







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HISTORIC MILLBURN VILLAGE 

at 
Millburn Congregational United 

Church of Christ ^' i',;i e 

founded 1840 mI'IAI' a^ ''r 

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Paul R. Melizer, Pastor 






December 18-7:00 p.m. Church School 
Christmas Program 
December 24-Chrislmas Eve. 
7:00 p.m..Family Service 
"1:00 p.m.-Festival Eucharist and Candle 
Light Service 
December 25-Christmas Day 
10:00 a.m.-The Festival of Nine Lessons 

andCarols 
January 1-10:00 a.m. Family Eucharist 

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Grayslake at Round Lake 



Date: Dec. 16. 

Game time: 7:30 p.m. 

Location: Round Lake High School. M 

Team records: both 2-0 in Northwest 
Suburban Conference; Grayslake is 5-2 
overall. Round Lake. 3-3. 

Keys to game: throw away the records 
when these two rivals play. One of the 
better rivalries in Lake County prep 
baskcibaJI. the Round Lake gym should be 
particularly packed for this one. The 
Panthers have served notice that while they 
are young, they will not give up their 
NWSC title easily. Round Lake has been 
led in scoring by a number of different 
players. Scott Hall. Rick Haines. Taylor 
Fienc have all contributed major point 
totals. Grayslake, of course, is led by a 
now healthy Timm West. West scored 22 
points but perhaps more importantly, 
demonsu-aicd he is now a complete player 
by dishing off six assists against Marian 
Cenu^I. Grayslake guards Tim Hough and 
Jim Neuman will be counted on to work 
against Round Lake's 1-3-1 trapping 
defense. 

Prediction: although Panthers will not 
make it easy. Grayslake takes major step 
in iLs title run with three-point win. 



Johnsbur^ at Lake Zurich 



Mundclein at Stevenson 

Date: Dec. 16. 

Location: Stevenson Sports Center, 
Prairie View 

Game time: 7:30 p.m. 

Team records: Mundelein 1-5, 0-3 in 
North Suburban Conference; Stevenson. 
3-3, 1-2 in NSC. 

Keys to game: Stevenson' will once 
again have a full lineup as Chris Holder 
and Cliff King return against the 
Mustangs. Cleveland Tyson is coming off 
a weekend which was highlighted by a 
game-high 18 points against Warren . 
Mundclein features guard Jason Rundall 
and forward Tim Ulrich. Both teams will 
be looking for their first North Suburban 
Conference win and confidence before 
Christmas tournaments. 

Prediction: Stevenson by three. 



Marian Central at Grant 



Johnsburg at Lake Zurich 

Date: Dec. 16. 

Game time: 7:30 p.m. 

Location: Lake Zurich Hifih School. 

Team records: Lake Zurich 2-6 overall. 
0-2 in Northwest Suburban Conference; 
Johnsburg 2-3, 0-2 in NWSC. 

Keys to game: the NWSC version of the 
Mundelein-Stevcnson battle, both teams 
need a win. Johnsburg is led by senior 
Trevor Hart in scoring but must find 
consistent scorers from other spots. 
Prediction: Lake Zurich by two. 



Mundelein at Stevenson 



Date: Dec. 16 

Game time: 7:30 p.m. 

Location: Grant Community High School 

in Fox Lake. 

Team records: Grant 2-4 (1-1 in 

conference) and Marian Central 3-3 (1-1 in 

confcfcncc). 

Keys 10 the game: Grant is coming off a 

split weekend after defeating Wauconda on 

Friday and losing to McHenry on 

Saturday. Marian is coming off a 

disasicrous weekend, losing twice to 

Harvard and Northwest Suburban 

Conference foe Grstyslakc. The key to 

this game is how well Marian CenUal can 

bounce back from last weekend. 

Prediction: Grant by five 



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Trevor Hart in Northwest Suburban Conference game at Johnsburg. Grayslake's 
Craig Katzenmaier and Tim Hough battle for posilion along with Skyhawks* John 
Olson. Grayslake is at Round Lake and Johnsburg travels to Lake Zurich in 
NW5C games Dec. 16. 



Knights 
tourney 
nears 

Grade school basketball will occupy 
center stage when the Knights of 
Columbus Precious Blood Council No. 
9689 will host a basketball tournament 
beginning Dec. 17. 

The Knights tournament - the 3u 
Annual Mid-Season Basketball and 
Chccrleading championships will be a 
ihrcc-day event this year concluding on 
Dec. 19. The major change from the 
first two years will be the site of the 
tournament as College of Lake County's 
physical education center. 

The most prestigious U-ophy and what 
the tournament is based on is the 
Precious Blood Council Pride and 
School Spirit Award. This will be 
awarded to the school that has its team, 
cheerleaders, and fans exemplify the 
highest extreme of moral and ethical 
standards of prided and school spirit 
during the entire evenL 

In 1987, 674 students from 16 
Catholic grade schools participated. 

Games the first day begin at 9 a.m. 
with St. Johns battling Our Lady of 
Humility. The schedule for the remainder 
of the first round will be: Prince of 
Peace vs. Immaculate Conception, 10 
a.m.; St. Annastasia vs. Immaculate 
Conception, 11 a.m.; St. Bcede vs, St. 
Annes, 1 p.m.; St. Patricks vs. St. 
Pclcr, 1 p.m.; St. James vs. St. Gilbert. 

2 p.m.; Santa Maria vs. Transfiguration. 

3 p.m. and Montini vs. St. Mary of 
Fremont, 4 p.m. 

The winners will advance to the 
second round games Dec. 18. 

The cheerleading compclilion will 
begin at 6:30 p.m. Dec. 19. 



Carmel's comeback efforts 
fan short in overtime defeat 



Things don't get any easier for the 
Carmcl boys basketball team. 

The Corsairs, after games against Marist 
and Holy Cross in a five-day stretch, 
complete a lough week one of the East 
Suburban Catholic Conferencp season 
when it travels to St. Joseph of 
Westchester to tackle the annual ESCC 
power Dec, 16. 

The Corsairs were the only team to hand 
St. Joseph a league loss last year and 
Coach Scott Rosberg's crew would dearly 
love to repeat that accomplishment. 

In the first game of the series against the 
league's "Big Three" - Rosberg considered 
Holy Cross to be the darkhorsc in the pre- 
season predictions - Carmel just missed a 
chance to pull an upset as CHS fell 59-56 
to Marist in Mundelein. 

Free-throw shooting was the difference - 
lack of it for Carmcl and near perfection 
for the visiting Redskins. 

In fact, it was at times hard to tell who 
had the home-court advantage. Marist did 
not score a field goal in the overtime 
session , but it did not have to - ihat'^ 
what 11 sb-aighi good free-throws will do 
for a team. 

Bob Dombrowski, who had made just 
one of two previous tries, canned six in 
the extra three minutes and Mike Nolan 
had five to lead Carmel. Carmel's fans 
tried to distract them, as some switched 
sides of the gymnasium. But the Redskins^ 
were cool under pressure. 
While free-throw shooting carried Marist 
to the away win, it was a main reason for 
Carmel's troubles. Carmel was outscored 
18-8 from the free-throw line. 

"Free-throw shooting is nothing more 



than getting the same ryhlhym," Rosberg 
said. 

The defeat, which was Carmel's third 
straight and dropped the Corsairs to 2-3. 0- 
2 in the ESCC, spoiled a solid showing 
by senior guard Chris Mikrut. Mikrul 
scored 19 points. 

"It hurt to see him go in ovclimc. He 
docs so many things for us. lie is such a 
leader, loo." Rosberg said. 

Carmel trailed Marist 36-29 midway 
through the third period before the 
Corsairs called on a tenacious pressing 
defense to gain a tie going into the fourth 
quarter. 

"I just thought the kids played the press 
the way they had to and I imagine that 
Ihcy were used to our man-to-man 
pressure. We had used that for four games 



and we went to a zone press tonight more. 
I tliought the kids were able to gel lo their 
spots well and set good u-aps. We mixed it 
up all night long. That was our game 
plan." Rosberg said. 

Mikrut had two baskets in that su-clch, 
the latter giving Carmcl a 36-36 tie. A 
hoop by Randy Bierman, who had 12 
points, tied it at 38 after three. 

Carmel gained a 48-44 lead midway 
through the fourth period on an outside 
jumper by Ken Moreano. 

But Marisl's Tim Adams, who led all 
scorers with 20 points, tied the contest 
with 1:50 lefL 

A key foul on Mikrut to start the 
overtime began Marisl's parade to the free- 
throw line. 



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Lakeland SPORTS 



Panther Lifters hold 
powerlift invitational 



Round Lake Senior High 
School will be hosting a 
powcrlifting contest March 
4. 1989, for Lake and 
McHenry County high 
schools. 

The contest is being 
sponsored by Round Lake 
High School's four- year-old 
Sirengih and Conditioning 
Program. "A well run. well 
supervised strength and 
conditioning program is 
essential for improved 
athletic performance," said 
Rob Rummel, Round 
Lake's strength and 
conditioning coach. "We 
also provide ample 



opportunity for any student 
to participate in a safe and 
well organized program 
which is specific to their 
needs." Rummel added. 

"During E)eccmber we will 
be sending information to 
every high school in Lake 
County and many in 
McHenry County. We hope 
to have a great turn-out," 
Rummel said. 

Rummel, a certified 
strength and conditioning 
specialist with the National 
Su-ength and Conditioning 
Ass'n. said that the 
powcrlifting contest will be 
their biggest activity. 



A seminar on body 

building and nutrition. 

featuring area body builders. 

. will also be held during 

December. 

The Panther Lifters 
weighu-oom, one of the best 
in Lake County, Rummel 
said, is currently being used 
by winter sports teams, as 
well as physical education 
classes. 

"We are very pleased that 
our facility is in use during 
the entire school day. It 
really says a lot about the 
committment of our 
faculty, suiff. and students," 
Rummel concluded. 







Headed for two 

College of Lake County's Greg Green gets past Rock Valley defender non- 
conference game. Teammate Don Kiesgen looks on. GLC won battle 81-73 in 
overtime. - Photo by Steve Peterson. 



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Striving for loose ball 

All eyes are on the basketball as it goes out of bounds during College of Lake. 
County-Parkland game. CLC's Jimmy Bills and Greg Green look on. 

Family YMCA offers 
youth, adult sessions 



The Lake Co. Family 
YMCA is offering iis 
second annual Bcgin-lo- 
Swim campaign. 

Children lhrec-I4 years 
and adults 15 and older arc 
invited to register for this 
five-day program. Classes 
are offered in the morning 
and the early evening for 
your convenience. Children 
will receive daily lesson 
plans which include some 
"homework", the next day's 



plans» and some history of 
the YMCA movement. 

The program is a YMCA 
of the U.S.A. program, de- 
veloped to share the wealth 
of knowledge of YMCA 
instructors and to inu^oducc 
those who arc interested in 
swimming, but have never 
followed that dream. The 
Begin-to-Swim program is 
designed for non-swimmers 
or beginner swimmers. 

Classes arc kept small to 



faciliiaic learning. Reg- 
isiralion is required for the 
Bcgin-to-Swim program, so 
sign up early because space 
is limited. Because this is a 
free program, the 
Gumcc/Waukcgan Rotary 
Breakfast Club is spon- 
soring ihc program. Call 
ihc Lake Co. Family 
YMCA at (312)360- 
YMCA, or visit the 2000 
Western Ave. location in 
Waukcgan. 



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Friday. DM«mbw 16, 1966 



Lakeland SPORTS 



Rivals Grayslake, Round Lake in showdown test 



By STEVE PETERSON 

In any class, a teacher will usually have 
lessons, then tests and , then give the 
examinations. 

The Northwest Suburban Conference 
basketball courts arc no diffcrcnt than your 
ordinary classroom. 

As far as Grayslakc's boys basketball 
learn is concerned, the biggest test so far 
will come Dec. 16 when they travel to 
Round Lake. The game time between 
these two fierce rivals is 7:30 p.m. 

"It's important for us to win this game. 
If wc are going to win this conference, 
we will have to win the first half," 
Grayslake Coach Greg Grolh said. 

The Rams were picked lo contend for 
the NWSC title this year and so far have 
done nothing to disprove llial prediction. 
Grayslake started the season by winning 
the Johnsburg Thanksgiving tournament 
and has won five of the first seven games. 

What's more, Timm West is back. An 
ankle injury forced West to miss four 
games, but he came back lo score 22 
points in Grayslakc's 56-43 win over 
Marian Ccnu^l last week. 



Groth, though, is by no means looking 
past Round Lake. Despite a youthful team 
with little experience off last year's team, 
the Panthers have won their first two 
NWSC games to start their title defense 
on the right foot. The Panthers, 3-3 
overall, topped Lake Zurich 64-58 in an 
away win last week. 

History, though, is on Round Lake's 
side. Last year the Panthers beat the Rams 
twice in NWSC play to keep Grayslake 
from claiming the title. 

Round Lake will have to contend not 
only with West's scoring ability but also 
his newfound guard-like talent - he had six 
assists against Marian Central. 

Tim Hough and Jim Ncuman picked up 
the slack during West's absence and Steve 
Grundum also has turned in solid 
performances. 

Round Lake Coach Bob Ward, before 
the season started, wondered who. if 
anybody, would be the leading scorer. 
Scores such as a 72-35 blowout at the 
hands of McHcnry furthered those 
questions. 

But last week, the Panthers answered 



that they will have a multi-faceted atuick 
this year. 

"It seems they have a different leading 
scorer each game." Grolh said. 

Against the Bears, Scott Hall, a 6-6 
junior center, had 18 points to lead the 
way. Rick Haines conuibuted a solid 15 
points and Mark Dittmcr had 12. 

"We're approaching this game the way 
wc have been all along. That is to show 
improvement each game. We've been 
improving and that's what we're looking 
lo do. I'm pleased wilh the progress. " 
Ward said. 

The Rams showed they could come 
from behind against the Hurricanes. 

The home team uailcd 13-8 after one as 
MC stated the game wilh a 9-0 spurt. 



That's when West entered llic game. Grolh 
said West did not start because he did not 
feci any of the flvo starters should be 
replaced. 

An 18-10 second-quarter ruii put 
Grayslake ahead to slay. Marian Central 
tried to rally in the third quarter but a 17-6 
Grayslake fourth quarter scaled die win. 

Baskets by Gary Hook and West in the 
final 20 seconds made the final margin 
seem longer than the game indicated. 

Round Lake, meanwhile, was using its 
best defensive weapon, the 1-3-1 trap to 
pull away from Lake Zurich. Lake Zurich 
trailed 35-26 at halflimc, but the Bears 
countered wilh three pointers and cut the 
lead to four in the second half. 



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Standings 



CLC men bring surprise 



North Suburban 

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Northwest Sub. 



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Gary^lakc 


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Marengo 


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5 


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Round Lake 


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3 


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Marian C 


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Grant 


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4 


Johmburg 





2 


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Lake Zurich 





2 


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Wauconda 





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5 





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St. Joseph 


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6 





Marisi 


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5 





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3 


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Jolict Cath. 


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2 


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Carmcl 


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Holy Cross 


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NoitrcDamc 


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Results 



Harvard 67. Richmond-B. 54 
Marist 59, Carmcl 56 (OT) 
Sl Viator 62. Jolici Caih. 55 
McHenry 50, Grant 45 
Harvard 86, Marian C 57 
Sl Joseph 60, N. Dame 45 
Sl Patrick 73. Holy Cross 65 



Grayslakc 56, Marian C 43 
Round Lake 64, Lake Zurich 58 
Marengo 54, Johnsburg 38 
Grant SO. Wauconda 50 
Fcnion 61. Lake Forest 47 
Antioch 56. Nilcs N. 47 
Zion-B. 81.MundcIcin39 



N. Chicago 59, LibiyviUc 58 
Warrtn 57, Stevenson 43 
Andoch 62, Mundclein 57 
UbcTtyvillc 62. Fcnton 49 
aon-B. 77, Lake Forest 37 
Nilcs N, 64, Stevenson 43 
N. Chicago 68. Warren 62 



Games this weekend 



Friday, Dec. 16 

CLC Men at Highland toumamcnl, 3 p.m. 
Grayslakc at Round Lake, 7:30 p.m. 
Johnsburg ai Lake Zurich, 7:30 p.m. 
Marian C at Grant. 7:30 p.m. 
Richmond-B. at Burlington C. 7:30 p.m. 



Mundclein at Stevenson, 7:30 p.m. 
Kiles N. at Warren, 7:30 p.m. 
Carmcl at Sl Joseph, 7:30 p.m. 
N. Chicago at Fcnion, 7:30 p.m. 



Zion, Carmel tops in league 



College of Lake County's mens 
basketball team will be seeking to dish 
out some early Christmas surprises when 
the Lancers travel to Highland's 
toumanment iJiis weekend. 

"We're going over there thinking that wc 
have played some awful good teams so far 
and if wc can gel a few people shooting 
better, wc can suprisc some people," CLC 
Coach Bruce Smilli said. 

So far. the 1988 portion of die schedule 
has been a frustrating one as ihc Lancers 
have lost eight of II games. After the 
journey lo Frccjxirt Dec. 16 and 17, CLC 
is off until the Skyway Conference opener 
against McHenry Jan. 3, 

CLC will begin the tournament at 3 
p.m. Dec. 16 wiih a game against Rock 
Valley. The Lancers and Rock Valley 
should be well acquianlcd with one 
anoilier's strategies, as the Lancers upended 
RV 71-63 in overtime in Grayslakc. 

Depending on how the Lancers fare in 
the first round, they will play either at 9 
or n a.m. Dec. 17. One win in the Hrst 
two games wouUl cither pit them in the 
con.solaiion bracket at 5 p.m.. the third 
place game at 7 p.m. or the tide game at 9 
p.m. 

CLC lost two games last week. 95-74 at 



Moraine Valley which was prccccdcd by 
101-89 loss at Olivc-Harvcy. 

In ihc Moraine Valley game, i|, 
Lancers' wake-up call was a little laic h 
both halves. The visitors were outscorc 
14-0 10 slan the game. CLC recovers 
but that was enough for a comfortable 4f 
30 halftimc margin. 

CHS hosts 
tourney 

Carmcl High School will host a g 
basketball classic on Dec. 26. 27 and 
Grayslakc, Waukegan East and Lak| 
Zurich will join the Corsairs in thl 
tournament. 

Two games will be played each cvcnint 
with the early game beginning at 6 p.i 
and the later game at 8 p.m. 

On Dec. 26. Waukegan East will squarJ 
off against Grayslakc to begin ihj 
tournament at 6 p.m. Lake Zurich will 
battle Carmcl in the nightcap. 

On Dec. 27, Grayslakc and Lake ZuricI 
will meet in a clash of Northwcsl 
Suburban Conference teams at 6 p.m] 
with Carmcl battling Waukegan East at 
D.m. 



Zion-Benton an:I Carmcl 
arc on top of the Northern 
Illinois Hockey League 
standings with 3-0-0 
records and six pcMnLs. 



Zion defeated Lake Forest 
Academy 6-4. Antioch 19-0 
Cr>'sial Lake Central, I-l-O; 
Cary Grove. 1-3-0; Lake 
Forest Academy. 0-2-0-; and 



Antioch. 0-3-0. 

The remaining teams in 
the league and their records 
include: Grayslakc, 2-2-0: 
Crystal Lake South. 1-0-0. 



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Waukcgan/Lakc County area employers 
anticipate a strengthening job market for 
the first three months of 1989. according 
to results of the latest Employment 
Outlook Survey from Manpower. Inc. 

First quarter survey results show 30 
percent of the area employers polled arc 
planning to increase staff size. 13 percent 
expecting to downsize staff and 50 percent 
maintaining current personnel levels. The . 
remaining 7 percent unsure of hiring 
plans. 

Chuck Bartcls. owner of Manpower's 
Waukegan/Lake County arc operations, 
observed that hiring momentum 
traditionally slows in the first, quarter 



reporting period. "The job market 
situation here indicates a rccovco' from an 
unusually slow fourth quarter. 

Three months ago. 17 percent of those 
responding intended to enlarge staff and 1 3 
percent anticipated job cutbacks. Last 
year. 30 percent forecast new hiring while 
13 percent expected some staff depletion." 

Nationwide, the new employment 
picture is more moderate, as 22 percent of 
the nearly 14,000 firms surveyed report 
staff expansion plans and 11 percent 
foresee declining workforce levels. Here in 
the midwest, 22 percent plan to step up 
hiring activity while 13 percent predict 
staff curtailment 



CLC, Oakton to set tour 



Students can visit five 
countries to cam humanities 
and history credit on a 17- 
day study/tour of West 
Germany. Austria, 
Switzerland, Italy and 
France co-sponsored by die 
College of Lake County and 
Oakton Community 
College. The study/tour 
dates arc May 19 to June 4, 

Explore nursing 

The Explorer Nursing 
Program will be held 
Wednesday. Dec. 28, at the 
St. Thcresc Area Trauma 
Satellite, Lake Villa. The 
program enables high 
school students, ages 15 to 
21, to explore this special 
interest field during the 
coming year. For more 
information or to register, 
call (312)360-2753 from 
Monday through Friday, 8 
a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 

Host Christma.s 

Families who would like 
to open their homes on 
Christmas Day to navy 
personnel from Great Lakes 
should contact the Training 
Center Public Affairs Office 
weekdays at (312)688-2201 
or 2430 between the hours 
of 7:30 a.m. and 4 p.m. 
Participating families will 
be asked to pick up their 
Sailor guests at the Recruit 
Training Command on 
Buckley Rd. between 9 and 
11 a.m. Christmas 
morninfi. 



1989. 

An information session 
for the upcoming trip will 
be held at 8 p.m. on 
Wednesday. Jan. 25. at the 
CLC Grayslakc campus in 
room A216. 

Students will focus on 
the an, architecture, history 
and culture of each region 
visited. The tour will 
feature stops in Frankfurt, 
Munich, Rothenburg, 
Lugano, Chamonix, 
Geneva, Salzburg. Bern and 
Lucerne. 

Cost of the tour is 
$2,399, which includes 



round-trip airfare, hotel, 
most meals, entrance fees, 
sightseeing and lour escorts. 
Tuition is not included in 
the lour cost. 

Tour escorts are CLC 
instructors Nancy Cook and 
Dan Zicmbo (art); and 
Oakton instructor Joan 
Cichon (history). 

Interested students are 
encouraged to contact one of 
the escorts as soon as 
possible to reserve a place 
on the study/tour. Call 
Cook or Zicmbo at 
(312)223-6601, cxt. 550 or 
Cichon at (312)635-1600. 



Curtis R. Gibson and HIi?jbclh 
A.Tortorici.RounJ Uikc Beach. 

Ronald B. Graf and Margaret 
M, Kennedy, Graystakc. 

John T. McGralh, Jr., Hoffman 
Est$. and Heidi A. MUIcr. Round 

Ukc Hu. 

Bradford T. Urc IB. Mundclcin 
and Maryilyn T. Sweeney. 
UnenhunL 

Gusiavious P. WilliamJ. 
Evinjton and Adricnnc Breiltall. 
Mundclcin. 

NalhanicI Dc. Abrami, Jr. and 
Myna J. Mack, North Chicago. 

Eric S. Fischlcr. Libcrtyville 
and Karen A. Wegener, Round l-akc 

Beach. 

Joseph M. Ludford, Ukc Villa 
and linda L Uiier, Grayslakc. 

Richard A. Missing. Jr., 
Grayslakc and Suian M. 
McKinnon, Ukc Villa. 

Carl R. Pease. Jr., Inglesidc and 
Barbara M. Walker, Round Ukc 

Bcadi. 

Cedric C. Sbcma, Ukc Forest 
and Tern G. Murphy. [Jbcrtyvillc. 

Greg L Bohacz, McHcnry and 
Charlollc B. Holland, t^kc Villa. 

Don V. Booty, Jr., Vernon 
Hills and Dcbra J. Davis. 
Arlington Hts. 

Dennis P. Brown and Wendy 
.M. Hall. Grayslakc 

Joe S. Chapa, Waukcgan and 
Gloria U. I-opcz. Round Ukc 
BcadL 

James Iv. Miichcner, UkcwooJ, 
Colo., and Beverly A. Gecrdis. 
Ubcnyvilic. 

Bruce J. Paczynski and Timmic 
D. Dicbold, Round Ukc Beach. 

Kcnndh B. Wyatl and Holly D. 
Korus, 1 jndcnhursi. 

Gary 1- Bamslablc, Ukc Villa 
and Judity .M. Raiajczyk, Ukc 



Zurich. . 

Carlos .M. Bcliran and Ini I. 
Orcliana, Round Ukc Beach. 

Jeffrey A. Davis, Grayilakc and 
Qaudia J. Lofgrcn, Ukc Bluff. 

Charlci A. holdcrbaum and 
Linda I- Johnson, North Chicago. 

Sean P. McBridc and KcBy 1- 
Shepherd. Grayslakc. 

l^rcn J. Piotrowski. Fox Ukc 

■nd Kairina M. Marundc, 

McHenry. 

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Jose C. Gomez and Carolina C. 
Portillo. Mundclcin. 

Daniel E. Ratzkc, Round Ukc 
and Tern E. Boykin. Antioch. 

Jose A. .Mclgar-Zcpcda and 
Maria J. Pcrcr.-Subuyuj, 



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WaukcganA-akc County area employers 
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the first three months of 1989, according 
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First quarter survey results show 30 
percent of the area employers polled arc 
planning to increase staff size. 13 percent 
expecting to downsize staff and 50 percent 
maintaining current personnel levels. The 
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Chuck Bartels. owner of Manpower's 
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Three months ago. 17 percent of those 
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hiring activity.whilc 13 percent predict 
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Lake Hu. 

Bradford T. Urc HI, Mundclem 
and Maryilyn T. Sweeney. 

Lincnhum. 

Guiiavioui P. Williimi, 
Evannon and Adricnnc Brcillail, 
Mundclcin, 

Nathaniel Dc. Abrami, Jr. and 
Myna J. Mack, North Chicaga 

nric S. Fischlcr, Libcrtyville 
and Karen A. Wegener. Round l-akc 

Dcadi 

Joseph M. Ludford, l^kc Villa 
ind lindi L. Utter. Gfiy^c 



Zurich. , , . 

Carlo! M. Bcltran and In* 
Oitliana. Rooml Ukc Beach. 

Jeffrey A. Davii.Grtyilakc I'M 
aaudiaJ.I>ofgrcn.l-akcBluff. 

Chirlci A. holdetbaum «'»'* 
Unda L Johnson. North Chicno. 

Sean P. McBridc and Kelly »• 
Shepherd, Crayilakc. 

Ijorcn J. Pio(row$ki, Fox N»= 
and Kiirini M. Marund«» 
McHenry. 

David J. Schrocdcr and RoWrt* 
L .Moneuc. Cumcc. 

Jose C Gomc7. and Carolirvi C^ 
Portillo, Mundclcin, 

Daniel li. RaizJcc. Round M*e 
and Terri U. Boykin. Anlioch. 

Jose A. .Mclgar-Zcpcdi in<* 
MirU J. Perci-Subuyu)-. 



D:.La*J 



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CLCj 

Students can 
countries to cam 
and history credi| 
day study/tour 
Germany, 
Switzerland, I 
France co-sponso 
College of Lake C 
Oakion Cor 
College. The s 
dales arc May 19 

Explore nurs 

The Explorer 
Program will 
Wednesday, Dec. 
St. Theresc Arc 
Satellite, Lake ^ 
program enab; 
school students, ; 
21, to explore tl 
interest field d 
coming year. F- 
information or I 
call (312)360-2 
Monday llirough 
a.m. to 4:30 p.m 



Host Christ 

Families who 
to open their 
Christmas Daj 
personnel from ( 
should coniaci t 
Ccnicr Public Af 
weekdays at (31 
or 2430 bctwce 
of 7:30 a.m. : 
Participating f 
be asked to pi 
sailor guests at 
Training Cor 
Buckley Rd. be 
11 a.m. 



™O.TttHNOlD« 6«^ 



ELIMINATE 
SEPTIC TROUBLES 

FOREVER! 



laHROUGHl 



llighwood. 

Dakul Paid and Necu J. Paid 
nuffalo Grove. 

Isidro Unzueta and Rosa M. 
Araivla, Mundctctn. . 

Nc«l W. Chipman. Gumcc wd 
Tamcn L Cockmm, Wildwood. 

Morrii Finer and Jacqueline A. 
Cronin. Duffalo Grove. 

William J. Fischer and Diannc 
L Grossman, UbcnyviJlc. 

Thomii S, Giwron and Tracy 
A. Dicizlcr. Ljike Zurich. 

Tony R, Jackson and M»vii L 
M&nning, Island Lake. 

Felix G. Mcrcado Vclaico, 
Waukcgin and Norma A. 
Shcphcnl, Mundclcin. 

Michael P. OBrioi, Wiukcgin 
and Patricia S. Fields, AniJoch. 



YAREA 
CENTER 

HOOL 



On a regular basis homeowners shock theif '^-eoiic 
systems v;ith wastes such as detergents, fal'j '^nci 
grease This upsets the delicate balance of "frt-end- 
ly" bacteria needed to breakdown paper, colt^n. 
sludge and other organic matter and renders "The 
bacteria inactive 

When the "fnendly*" bacteria stop working, vour 
septic system no longer liquefies the solid w.k" Tes 
constantly flowing into your tank and dram (K- id, 

Odors develop' Vour tank overflows' 
Your system backs-up' You're in Septic DisIh-^s! 



FECIAL 



iicure 
cial 



r REDUCED 
/E ALL THE 
LUSIVELYBY 
I THE SUPER- 
RUCTORS. 

rs" 

ITYI 



WHAT IS 

"SEPTIC 

DISTRESS"? 



Septic Distress is how you feel when you must fix one or 
more of the following, costly and untimely problems #• 

Septic system overflows. ^ 

Sewage system backups into your home or business 

Expensive pump outs. 

Costly drain field excavations and hauling. 

Foul odors & noxious fumes. 





SEPTIGARE SOLVES SEPTIC DISTRESSi 



PECULISTS 
i blue, or if li-iiLiing 
Uop, tec ihe po^i.*- 
_CHibcuc> wiA i- 
liy U) hw. ir* tiii 
Ixpocurc to 



frigid 




nrH.n^ ^^^l^^ ^^u ^^^'^^^ ^^^ "fnendly bacteria that have been destroyed by 
Siir^pp'^ °^ household detergents, cleansers and grease When u5C<:i Sly 
SEPTCARE prevents system clogging and assures proper, long-term oWraSn 
YOU II never need expensive pump-outs or dram field excavauons Ovo t'^vs and 
foul smells are a thing of the past, and peace of mind is yours forever 
SEPTICARE: 

Stops the threat of odors before they begin. 

Guarantees to decompose fats, grease detergents 

paper, cotton, sludge & other organic matter 

Prevents backup & overflow. 

Dissolves, digests & liquefies all organic waste matter. 

IS a natural biodegradable enzyme producing bacteria 



the iiileri'Sl 
»ot care by 
yfigberoer 
rson Ko. 
tyvllle 
nieaf Ave. 
me: 

4200 



BUSINESS REPLY MAIL 

FIRST CLASS MAIL PERMIT NO 64 NEWBURGH, NY 



' IIIUIUI# 



POSTAGE WILL BE PAID BY ADDRESSEE 

l-Septicare ' 

■ INCOHPORATEOIIIUI 

10 Lenape Road 

P.O. Box 2070 

Newburgh, New York 12550-9910 

''""'■''I-''I"I'|.iIm.i.i..u IIIL.I..I.I 



Shell " 

Rt, 83 & Center St. 
Grayslako, IL 




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CURIOUS 
CHILD 



For Educational Toys. Games. 
Books and Records 



1420-22 So. MilwaukW Avo. 
Red Top Plaza 
LIBERTYVILLE 



Monday.-Friday 10-8 
Sal. 10-6 Sun.' 12-4 



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Prices below low. 




ROUND LAKE 
BEACH 








^mnihasitall. Over 76.000 
square feet of wall-to-wall values. 
With pricts so bw andqualit\' so high 
it just had to Iw called a Superstore. 

Omni buys in huge quantities. 
so \ou get huge sauings. And because 
wu bag your own grtKeries. which 
heli)S us siwe on lalm costs, we price 
down even more. 

On ttie grocery brand names \vu 
know and prefer On the Tmest grades 
of meat and produce. On all the U'St 
inphannac): photo, floral casmetia. 
fine Jewell}' fiousewares. plus aisle 
after aisle filled with more of your 
favorites. 

Ml together. In an altogether 
betmtiful new store that makes shof)- 
ping hr savings a shopping pleasure. 

You've rwverseen anything like 
it. So U'sure tosee what Omnistwing 
is all alxjut. 



'm 



Grand Opening 

Starts Wednesday 

IDecember 14, 7:00 A.M. 

Open 24 Hours, 7 Days A Week 



,„,,., on ^ ^H^ ^ ^^ ^^ Omni Superstore 740-6664 
Rollins Road & Highway SJ, H ■■■■■■■ Phurmac\' 740-6670 

Round Lake Beach ^^gUperStOre. 

.AKERY • PHARMACY • PRODUCE- GROCERY • MEATS ■ COSMEnCSJH OUSEWARES • PHOTO CENTER ■ DEL. ■ SEAFOOD TLORAL^^ ^ 



Friday, December 16,1968 



Lakeland Newspapers 33 



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NOW IS THE TIMB 

to order your personaHzod! 

Christmas Cards. 

See our cofDplete 

••lection. 

Lakeland 

Newspapers 

llLWtMrSL,Snpbk«,L 




PartOMli 



HELP US TO'^DOPT A 

BABYI - Childless couple, 
happily married for 1 1 years, 
wants to Tilt the void in our 
lives and home with the joy 
and laughter of a child. 
Please help us and we'll 
help your child to become 
the person you would have 
hoped them to be. Confi- 
dential. All medical and legal 
paid. Call our attorney 
collect at (312)957-6841. 
4-49-27 



Ptraoiwlt 



COMPUTER DATING - 

Applications - 
(DEDUCTABLEI) $2. Box 
231. Island Lake. IL 60042. 
4-53-11 

ADOPTION - Single 

professional woman would 
like to give a loving, 
financially secure future to 
your child. All medical 
expenses paid. Please 
contact my attorney at 
(312)695-7200. 

4-52-157 



Happy 13th Birthday 




Welcome To The World 
of Teenagers!! 

Love Mom, T>acC& (BUC 



4 





HAVE 
YOU SEEN 
^^ THIS WOMAN? 



Possible Sightings: 



1 . Denture Lab 

2. Orthopedic Shoe Store 

3. Support Hosiery . 
Counter 

4. Eye Doctor 

5. Vitamin Counter 

IF TOU SEE THIS WOMAN. 
WISH HER HAPPY BIRTHDAY! 

Jean McCue is 40 
years young on Dec. 1 



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Speciol Christmas 

AUCTION 

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 7:00 P.M. 
GRAYSLAKE AUCTION & FLEA MARKET 
RTS.120&83,GRAYSLAKE,IL . 
(312)223-9890 

ITEMS FEATURQ>: Tatophon* Stc¥Vis. Brou Trfangle Shetf, Brou Bar 
Sfooto. Floor Larrp. Tru^ ^(±M Soccsr. Toudi Lcmps. Tobog- 
axn. Wood & RoiHc S»di. JoflOlng SUh. Oou CwjnJry Skii, 

dM EoiprTMnt, Rowino MocNne. Bk: Btnches, Jogging Mo 
cf^mTToyi. Rcxio Cortrol Cat AjxI Trucks, Gomfti. Indoor Bat- 
ketbci Sy/HSSi BMn. Clocks, Ools And Many Other Toys. 
TrucUoad of Gym Sho*i. 

TERMS: Cari> or ch«clc with two I.D.'s. All Itsms 
must b9 MttM for at nlgtit of solo. 
**& off to auction cuttomof. 



Modcd 

. 'NUCLEAR MED. TECa' 
A ptoQfouhro, MoUo Modcd Com 
ponv hoi cuTort oportx) for oboM 
poffion. Mud bo rogltiaod v rogb 
Iry alo^< Send rourw or ccrtocf . 

DIAGNOSTIC SERVICES, IMX 
300 S.W. ism St. Fomt Laka, 

MN 55025 (613) 464-2153 



HYGIENIST 

Wanted for Antioch. 
Periodontal practice. 
Part llmo position • 
(Tugs.) 

(312)395-8887 



REGISTERED 
NURSE 

Full or Part time to 

work with mentally 

retarded women. 

Good benefits. 

Contact Sister Arfene 

Mount St. 

Joseph's 

(312)438-5050 



Mocs oof Oppa hrfkH 

PEDIATRIC NURSE 

Upk#n Itotfh.Goo SorUoM k 



lobhrx) otpoibncod Podkilrtc 

Nmo for ttorflna proft 

h far nam KAJbL ChDlongtio 



prof siriond dMc 



hT*Y. c orrpgrth w Ktary.vo- 
Ikn bdiui, oppotKfiBy tof IcnQ 
tarn oonfioci. Com oct: 

UPJOHN 
HEALTHCARE : 
1^ SERVICES 

^Libertyville 367-3838 

9oom/f/h 



>*oci mcao 

THE TERRACE 
OFWAUKEGAN 

Nuartg Horn ts acnpdng Wf^' 
ioni n t\» Fdcwira poaloni: 
RN/U>N-Ftilturt*Tt«4^riLCNAV 
al ttitL AdvHy Ortcty. W« oM 
plHsanI worUng ■nkonntnt com* 
pstilv* ulvy and beniife. Dpiri- 
•nc« in Lortg T«m Cvc It 4 pbi Jlf>- 
pl)r h pMun or und iwinc 

1615 Sunset 
WaukeganJL 60087 
Attn: Annie Hill-Don 



MEDICAL TECHNOLOGIST 
Position avalablo (or Mixfical 
TQChnologiit or Medical 
Technkiiin in progreuive rural 
CorTtmunily Hospxal west ot 
Chicago. Competitive wage & 
benefit package. Excellent 
working evntronmenl with stale 
of the an leclinology. Send 
resume to Dr. Mhe MuziOo, 
Uboraio7 Maruger, Sandwich 
ttmmunity Hospital 11 E. 
Pieasani Ave^ SancKvich, IL 
60546 or calBl5-7B6-6341. 



RADIOLOGIC 
TECHNOLOGIST 

Our highly-regarded contem- 
pora7, specialty hospital 
needs a Registered Radiolo- 
gic Technologist on our day 
shift. The person we are 
seeking is licensed in the 
Stale of Illinois and has gen- 
eral radiographic experience. 
We otter an excellent salaiy 
and benefit package, as well 
as a very pleasant workina 
envlronmenl Please call 
Judy Novak at 7464495 or 
stop in and complete an 
application: 

AMERICAN 
^INTERNATIONAL 
' HOSPITAL 

2629 Sheridan Road 
Zion, Illinois 60099 

Equal Opportirty In^Ofoi M/F 



*C0nAGE 

AIDS 

All Shilts. Full and Part 
time. Caring (or men- 
tally handicapped. 

*DIRECT CARE 
WORKER 

Immediate opening. 
Willing to train individu- 
al. Work with severly 
and profoundly men- 
tally retarded women. 

Contact 
Sister Arlene 

MOUNT ST. 
JOSEPH'S 
I (312)438-5050 



LPN PHARMACOLOGY 

Are you able to work creatively with 
the handicapped? The Grove School, 
Lake Forest, a progressive, pediatric 
long-term care facility for developmen- 
tally disabled adolescents and young 
adults, is seeking energetic, well- 
motivated candidates for LPN. One 
day-shift and three night-shifl posi- 
tions available now. Developing super- 
visory skills a plus. References, own 
transportation required. Quiet, beauti- 
ful surroundings. Innovative rotating 
shifts/ultimate three-day weekends. 
Excellent pay, and employer paid bene- 
fits. Call E. Robert Matson, (312) 234- 
5540, 8 a,m.-5 p.m. daily. E.E.O.E. 



RN CHARGE NURSE 

Are you able to work creatively 
with the handicapped? The Grove 
School, Lake Forest, a progressive, 
pediatric long-term care facility for 
developmentally disabled adolescents 
and young adults, is seeking energet- 
ic, well-motivated candidates for RN 
Charge Nurse. References, own 
transportation required. Quiet, beauti- 
ful surroundings. Innovative rotating 
shifts/uUimate three-day weekends. 
Excellent pay, and employer paid 
benefits. Call E. Robert Matson, 
(312) 234-5540, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. daily. 
E.E.O.E. 



Lakeland ClasslUeds 
'Getthc'JobDoncI 
. CaN(llt)»MII1 . 



LAB/X-RAY TECH. 

WHttm Montana. Grtat 

hiintlr>0 & tiahlng. 
S«ndmurrtato: 

PERSOWCL 

CURK PORK VAUEY HOSPITAL 

P.a Bei 7UL PWfW, MTSMSa, 

(40lit»»01 



Ri»rs 

LPN'S 

Intermediate Care Facility. 
An Shifts 

ABBOTT 

HOUSE 

405 Central Avenue 

Highland Park, IL 

432-6080 

Ask For Ms. Martinez 



GURNEE 

PHYSICIAN'S 

OFFICE 

Unusual oppoflunhy (or 
Medical Receptionist. 
Previous experience de- 
sirable. Pleasant person- 
ality. Must relate well to 
patients. Typing a must. 

Call 

(312)623-9701 

^between 9:30 a.m.- 

11:30 a.m. 



ACTIVITY 

ASSISTANT 

Full lime Activity Assis- 
tant wanted for skill- 
ed/Intermediate long 
term health care facilh 
ty located In Long 
Grove. Experience 
working with the elderly 
preferred. 

Pl—wm Can 

(312)438-8275 

BetWMn 9a.fn. - 4p.m. 
Monday-Friday 



RECEPTIONIST/ 
MEDICAL OFnCES 

Long Grove and 
Libertyville. Perma- 
nent, Part-time. Av- 
erages 16 hours per 
week including 
Tuesday evenings 
and every other 
Saturday morning. 
Mature person. 
Light typing, some 
patient care. Call 
Kathyat: 

(312)367-5575 



CERTIFIED 

REHAB. 
ASSISTANT 

Long term care 
facility located in 
Long Grove has 
an opening for a 
CNA with P.R. 
and/or O.R. certi- 
fication. Salary 
and benefits 
competitive. For 
information 
please c a 1 1| 
Marilyn. 

(312)438-8275 



DENTAL IJ^B TECH 
IMMEDIATE OPENINGS!! 
PIC crown end b(k^,lci> Ifv 
P«orta r>«odi ♦xpertencod 
hoip k\ xwoDdng and csrcmlc 
dopolmwif. GicfMol Pay & 
Booofiti 

Eioltrilop^orUtlly 
CcntKlBflbCemir 



*1«0. TECHIIEO. LAB TECH- 

ftooroiA»'l*Tn DooutlfU 
NwTrwail Mofilcno,Haiajf- 
rvnt Cportno* For Above Po*l- 
fkx* Bom Afo M A Port TJwj 
Wllh Buw Kurd Hpifjf d. Muit 
Sha*d CoH * W«*«nd» w/ 
Two Olhof l9<hL Sood P»- 

*'TAJiCCW)RUq,lffJA5CP) 
TBMTYHMmtt. .^ 
31IWWPPST.W0tFP0WT.in 

anet 

(40niS)>2lN 
EOEKF/V 



)Axlod 

HAPPY HOLIDAYSII 
•REGISTERED NURSES* 

8. Jcmo* Cormir*v ltov«d. to- 
cnttd h Bconic Bud*. Mortora hoi 
cuwH opomQi tof m^m. RN*! h 
CMod C4» * Ktod 9L#g. W« offtf 
t ao att r i KtertM • tMrwIti pack- 
OQM lo qjcMod tJU^ ur iL Sand 
vtu (•■im* NOW or Can 
MTMCXDUXIY 

SL JamM Communky HouHa) 

400 aClarfcSL, Butt*. MTHTOI 

(406)7B2-«M1 



MKtca 

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tut Bi AM tt CkNl ft ItoM «ti IMol I 
Pl>||iril>^>rt^H1»W*Vl*r*- 

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COIUNCHE COUNTY UEMOn AL 

HOSPTTAL 

340 1 W. OORE UWTOK OK 73508 

(4QS}XS«MEitMU 

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EOEURV 



Help WMtt^/ I Q 



fgrt-TlM* 



Hedth Care or 
MqcScqI Opportur^tlos 



CNA 



Upjohn Healthcare Services 
arronlry soakir>g reliablo 
CNAs tor home healih caro. 
FLEXIBLE HOURS and 
TOP PAY. Only $Ofious ap- 
pliants appfy. Call: 

dOtiUPJOHN 

"^tTealthcare 
services 

LibertyvUle 367-383C 

Bairington 382'265( 

I 



•oem/r 



EARN $7.75 PER 
HOUR - Wo neod 

assbtarKO In evaluating and 
responding to daily work 
reports submitted by our 
agents throughout the 
state. No experience 
necessary; paid to comptoto 
training. Worit at home. For 
information send self* 
addressed, stamped 
envelope. 9.5 Inches long 
to : AWGA, Dopt. E, Box 
49204. Atlanta. GA 30359. 

- 19-4 9-159 

ENJOY NEEDLE- 
CRAFTS? - Earn $8-$15 
per hour demonstrating 
stitchory and home decor. 
Will train. Call (312)816- 

1694. 

19-49-158 



Check this 

Section Each 

Week!! 



)ek!! ^ 



EARN EXTRA MONEY 

While your children arc 
In school. Lake Villa 
based Home Cleaning 
Service needs part time 
help. For further 
InfomiaUon: 

(312)356-9026 



Healthcare 

RN's 

Up To 

$0000 



28 



LPN'S 



Up To 



M9 



00 



National greeting 
card company seeks 
part-time merchan- 
diser to service 
Mundclcin/ Liber- 
tyville accounts. 
Flexible hours. 
Please respond to: 

Box 212 , 

c/o Lakeland 

Publishers 

P.O. Box 7^8 

Grayslake, IL 60030 



CNA's 




NURSEFINOERS 

OF UlERTTVIUi 

1767 N. Milwaykn 



816-8720 





r^mib^: . 




SNOWPLOW 




OWNER/ 




OPERATORS 




Top pay and 




gas 




Northbrook 




area 




Elliot 




(312)272-0376 


m 


Must have 




reliable 




truck 



CERTIFIED NURSING 
ASSISTANTS 

'Starting Salary »5.5(Vhr. 

•Two Pay Increases in 1 Year 
'Profit Snaring 

•Paid Sid( Days 
•Paid Holidays 

•50% Paid tfeaJih-Dental Insurance 
'Low Restdent Staff Ralio 
Contact: 

iBERlYVILLE MANOR 

^ 610 Peterson Rd.Libertyvaie.lL 
(312)367-&10Q 



PART TIME 

RETAIL SALES 
CREDITINTERVIEWING 

Looking for sharp 
neat gal (or small re- 
tail credit department. 
Must be able to work 
evenings & week- 
ends. No experience 
necessary if depend- 
able and reliable. Ap- 
ply In person. 

HARRIS 
ORIGINALS 

,^ 2140 Sheridan Rd. 
(Comer of 22nd and Sheridan) 
NorthChicago ' 
Apply betweenSam. 
and10p.m.ooV. ^^g^ 



32 Lakeland Newtpapert 




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iARN EXCELLENT 
lONEY at home. As- 
jmbly work. Jewelry, 
»ys, others. Call 
11-619-565-1657 ext. 
r2204IL24hrs. 



ASSEMBLE OUR 

DEVICES 

Electronic Circuit Boards 
Limm this trade. We send 
instructions, parts and 
chock for assembrv. Foe in- 
volved. Call 613-327-2996. 
Ext. W583, 



lOUNTER HELP 

PatTkMDiTt 

ARBVS 
139N.Northw«atHwy. 

Patrtint 



GRAYSLAKE 
PARK DISTRICT 

Has several part-ttme po-, 
sltloru ovaitoble immodi- 
ately. Contact Ed Shirk. 
(312) 223^4404, or leave 
rnessoge. 



RN EXCELLENT 
iONEY at home. As- 
mbly work. Jewelry, 
s. others. Call 1- 
9-565-1657. Ext. 
1110Y.24hrs. 



^1 



HOME ASSEMBLY INCOIC 

Assemt)te electronic circuit 
board products at home. 
Part time. Fee involved. 
Experienc« unnecessary. 
Details. Call 813-327-0896 
ext.W1S59. 



LIFEGUARDS 
NEEDED 

6 a.m. until noon 
Mon.-FrL 
*5-6/hour 

^(312) 356-3571 

CAMP 
RAVENSWOOD 

YMCAmStm 



HOUSEKEEPERS 

Immediate opening for 
housekeepers. After- 
noon, Evening & 
Weekend work S4.50 
hour to start. Fringe 
benefits. Contact Sister 
Arlene i.|| 

MOUNT ST. JOSEPHS 

(312)436-5050 



WANTED 

ixperienced . 'Choral 
xcompanist for 
lumee Park District 
lommunity Chorus. 
iTuesday evenings. 

all Linda at 
[312) 623-7788 lor 

)poinlmenL,,^^„ 






■.~rfiUKt£-;H_- 



ID A JOB. or fill a job 
Lakeland Classified. 



COOK 
WANTED 

For new chJU care fadity. 
Tues. and Thurs. 9 a.m.-2 p.m. 

or 
5 days per week 9 a. m.-2 p.m. 

Salary 

negotiable. 

if interested call 

Molly D. Burns 

(312)395-1101 



BUS'DRIVERS 

Part-Time 

We Will Train 

Good Pay 

Fill Out Application At: 

lound Lake Area Schools 
Service Center 




h Suntet 



Rour>d Lake. II. 



;OOK/FOOD SERVICE HANDLER 

ill train for solid and sandwich preparation, line 
/ing, dean up. Hours 8 a.m.-4 p.m. or 10 a.m.- 
' p.m. 2-3 days per week, rotating weekends, 
jinning : salary range: »5.53-*6.68 per hour, 
sase apply in person. 

PERSONNEL OFFICE 

ALLENDALE ASSOCIATION 

Grand Avenue 

Lake Villa, IL 60046 

(312)356-2351 

'iSSS&^Lf^ opportuiitv emplovef m/t 



FOOD SERVICE 
PPORTUNITIES 

tory Lakes, a now nursing fadily in Lindonhurst^has te M- 
ring positions available in our Dietary Oepartmanl. 

'DIETARY ASSISTANT- ^ga^Jiaw&'k' 

'COOK'S ASSISTANT- ^^a'JsaSeT' 

is an oxcelleni opportunity tor an individual interested in an 
i level food service position in our beautiful facility. 

51 positioos Include full benefits, in addition to a good slarting 
le and a'pleasant. clean working environmenL Previous tood 
/ices experience n preferred, but we will tran qualified can- 
ates. For more informalion or to arrange an interview, ptege^ 

ThWfM Runge, (312) 356-5900 

VICTORY LAKES 

CONTINUING CARE CENTER 
1055 n. Grind Ave., Undcnhursl. IL60(M6 



Help Winfcd, 
Pirt-Time 



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EARN MOOD'S a 
week at home in your 
spare time. Doing 
Credit Repair! Call 1- 
619-565-6532. ext. 
RM426-24 hrs. 



EARN EXCELLENT 
MONEY at home. 
Assembly work. 
Jewelry, toys, otti- 
ers. Coll 1-619- 
565-1657 ext. 
Tf^426,24hrs. 



FITNESS 
INSTRUCTORS 

Days or Evenings 

PAY NEGOTIABLE 

Contact Kathy 

(312)356-3571 

CAMP RAVENSWOOD 
YMCA 



iCASHIER 

Employment Oppor- 
tunity Available. 
Hours Flexible. Ex- 
perience Not 
Necessary. Call 

i (312)223-4767 

JALOMftop 

. PoodMarff 

^ Route 45 & Center St. 
Wildwood, Illinois 



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HELPIl! - 6 full time 
people. 10 part-time people 
needed to help with my 
business. Full training. Call 
now! (312)244-9668. 

20-49-12 
H I R I N G 1 - Federal 
government jobs in your 
area and overseas. Many 
immediate openingn 
without waiting list or test. 
Incredible earnings. Phone 
call and Directory 
refundable. (602)638-8685 
ext. J11011. 

20-49-4 
BUYERS AND sellers 
come together every week 
in Lakeland Classified. — 

(312)223-8161 
TRUCK DRIVERS 

NEEDED 

IMMEDIATELY - Best pay 
and benefits program in the 
industry. Start at 23 cents 
per mile with regular 
increases to 27 cents. 
Minimum of 2100 miles per 
week guaranteed. 23 years 
old with 1 year OTR 
experience. Good record 
required. Inexperienced? 
.Ask about J. B. Hunt 
approved driving schools. 
Financial assistance 
available. Call J.B. Hunt 
(800)643-3331. 

20-49-1 
GENERAL FREIGHT 
HAULING - Commercial 
Transport needs 

owner/operatorsi If you 
need training, we will train 
you. You will operate your 
own tractor. If you don't 
have one, Commercial 
Transport offers a purchase 
program that we think is one 
of the best in the Industry. If 
you are 21 or over and think 
you may qualify, call for a 
complete information 
package. Call TOLL FREE 
weekdays (800)348-2147. 
ask for Operator 137. 
Commercial Transport is a 
division of northAmerican 
Van Lines, a Norfolk 
Southern Corporation 
subskJiary. 

20-49-2 
OWNER/OPERATORS 

- Lease your tractor with 
Schneider Natk)nal Carriers, 
or take advantage of our 
HBVi TRACTOR 

.PURCHASE PROGRAM. 
We offer excellent revenue, 
top miles, discounts on 
Insurance, ' tires, 
maintenance, and fuel, 
(800)348-1894. 
20-49-3 



Help Wonted, ^^ 
Full.Tlme 20 

EXCITING MANAGE- 
MENT PROGRAM IN 
TRANSPORTATION - 

Many locations across U.S. 
to choose from. De- 
greoH'ransportation expori* 
once required. Send 
resume to: Lyman Boll, Box 
189. Omaha, NE 68101, 

20-49-14 
CHILD CARE 

WORKERS - Moosehoart, 
a private agency providing 
care for over 200 children, 
located In the Fox River 
Valley. 39 miles west of 
Chicago, Is seeking 
houseparents, couples and 
singles. No dependents. 
Must be energetic and over 
21 years of age. High 
school diploma or G.E.O. 
required. Full time live-In 
position with excellent 
benefits. . Call or write: 
Raymond Stonich. Director 
Home Dept., Mooseheart, 
IL 60539. (312)859-2000 
exi.320or323. 

20-49-7 
DRIVERS/TEAMS 
WANTED - Minimum age 
23. (1) year cross country 
experience, insurance, 
clean driving record, weekly 
settlement, bonus 
programs, 

loading/unloading. Kroblin 
Refrigerated X-Press. Inc. 
(800)331-3995. 

20-49-10 
CRUISE SHIPS - Now 
hiring men and women. 
Summer and career 
opportunities. Will train. 
"Excellent pay plus world 
travel. Hawaii, Bahamas^ 
Caribbean etc. CALL NOWl 
(206)736-7000 ext. 110C. 
Purchase directory. 
20-49-1 1 
TRUCK DRIVERS - 
Poole delivers. We need 
experienced qualified 
drivers with commitment 
and drive. We offer 23 cents 
per mile to start to OTR 
drivers. Applicants must be 
at least 23 years of age. 
Excellent benefits package 
and yearly increases. Join 
the Poole team. Poole 
delivers with prkfe. Apply in 
person, Poole Truck Line. 
US 6 at US 150, Moline, IL 
(309)799-31 17 or 
(800)225-5000. EOE 
20-49-12 



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Help Wanted, 
Full-time 



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Full-time 



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Crowing precision 
custom moldcr in 
clean modern plant is 
looking for qualified 
working supervisor 
to run 5 macninc op- 
eration on off shirt. 
Set up, trouble shoot- 
ing, and supervision 
experience a must. 
Only self starters 
with good references 
and ocsirc to achieve 
need apply. 

Call 

(312)356-3535 

for appointment 



MAKE YOUR 
MOVE! 

SeeMAnHEWSnowfor 
a career opportunity 
that's sure to make your 
holidays richer and bright- 
er. CALL TODAY! 

OtksTrainN.... \U2fXXi 

SwtcKnvd 5^00 Hr. 

Reoeplionisl :.1M5;60O 

Gerw^Oflka; 16-18;0OO 

Acoouiing Oirk 13-15.600 

PmoI IMfljOOO 

Ful-OurBt BooUwpv ... 15-18,000 

Ccmpula TrMM 13-14;000 

DaUEnvy 14-14,300 

Sr. ComfuiH OpKOor .... 20-22,000 

LeoalSiaMry 14-iajOOO 

SienbSeaflUy...; 18-21,000 

EiecuiM S«a«unf 18-24,000 

Custom* Smic* 15-17,000 

Uarkeiu 18-20^ 

Purchising ............. 2024,000 

Personnel .....22-25,000 

We NEVER Charge^ ^ 
appilcantsafeel 

MAHHEWS, 
INC. 

Wwkigan....;-;-. 244-6500 

Ubeftyvlle. ...... M7-1 117 

WheeHim........ 215*0010 



FULLTIME 

BARTENDER 

NIGHTS 

Call Ron 
(312) 546^8994 



•SPEECH THERAPIST 
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SpMtMjnoMM InpaM nKMury. 
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Sloor. Misc«lGn»oui Iron. St*^ 
Stdn. Company ^dbtah^ 
43 Yoon. SUxjb Of Dotrott. 
Michlgaa Excalent Wqpoi 
And fftno» Bwwfili. Cct\ 

^^^^'^ (31 3) 624-5960 

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PLAYGROUND 
AIDE NEEDED 

WOODLAND 

INTERMEDIATE 

SCHOOL 

For Information Call: 
(312)362-3570 



FURNITURE 
SALESPERSON 

Full timo sales position open. 
Experiooce not necessary. 
Liberal company benefits, 
paid vacation. Modica), den- 
tal and 401 K are available. 
Apply in person. 

LEATH FURNITURE 

3608 Grand Ave. 

Gumee. IL 



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BOOKKEEPER/ 
SECRETARIAL 

Flexible houis.'^ 

ICOBIPUTER 

SYSTEMS 
BY ORLANDO 

(312)223-1300 



Rotoi 

Womcns Specially Store 
located in Arlington Hts. 
8c Highland Park is 
ooking for self- 
motivated Manager ic 
Fuil ic Port time help. 
Exp. necessary in sales. 
Growth potential, bonus 
Sc incentive plan includ- 
ed. In Arlington Hts., 
CaU 228-6004. In HiEh- 
land Park, Call 831-1 



MAINTENANCE 
MAN 

Apartment complex In Lake 
villa needs a maintenance 
man. Must be expenenced in 
Gas/Hot water boilers, refrig- 
eralion, electrical and pjumo- 
ina. Cleaning, painting and 
tignt carpentiv. 

CALL CHRIS 
9a,m.-4p.m. 
DEEP LAKE 
HERMITAGE 
APARTMENTS 
356-2002 



FULLTIME 

MECHANIC 

Experience in diesel 

and gasoline engines 

required.Must have 

own tools. Wauconda 

locations. 

Call (312) 438-5161 



wwfull time 
bookkeeper/ 
general'office 



■ Construction 
background, computer 
experience prefen'ed. 

(312) 526-1232i 
Ask For Sherry 



STYLIST 

WANTED 

Full or part-time to 
work in a busy 
shop in Mundelein. 
No clientele need- 
ed. New graduates 
welcome. 

Call; 
(312)566-7307 



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ASSISTANT MANAGER 

WOMENS FASHION 

CAREN CHARLES 

Wo ao looli^ (or en oovoctfMi. 
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morf npoilonc*. morctionjvx] 
ounoi ond tfiong mim kxxkii- 
tfip (hot vrfi oonr^OTwnl <xf 
etxrionglna rotcfl arwftonrrant. 
wo odot oioolorl Ktoy aid bon- 
oni. gonoioui m orcftondho c*t- 
coint ond 0*00! ocpatuity (or 
odrancomorf. AffMki ponoo a 
Mndiomxnota 

CAREN CHARLES 

711 Hawthorn Center 

Vernon Hills, IL 60061 

680-9711 



COORDINATOR 
SCHEDULER 

Like to work with people? Na- 
tional nursing agency seeking 
entry-level individual for a 
Coordinator/Scheduler posi- 
tion for our Uberlyville office. 
Qualified candidate must 
have - good communication 
and interviewing skills. Rexi- 
ble schedule a must Good 
starting salary and benefits. 

Call 
(312) 816-8720 



TEACHERS & 
ASSISTANTS 

Full and Part- 
Time posi- 
tions avail- 
able. Good 
benefits. 

KINDERCARE 
(312)680-3835 



NOW is the time to get in on 
the ground fkjor of Rockford's 
most progressive expanding 
Screw Machine Company. 
NAFCO is getting bigger and 
better than ever and is offer- 
ing better opportunities than 
over before for Greenlee and 
Brown and Sharp set up peo- 
ple. Key Supervisor positions 
for the right individuals. II it's 
time to improve your career 
potential, you should call AL 
HUBER (615) 654-3033. 



CHILD CARE POSITIONS 

Teachers eind teachers aids wanted for 
NEW child care facility. Pleasant working 
conditions for loving, caiing individuals. Fim 
or part time. Salary negotiable. If interested 
please call for an appointment- Ask for 

MOLLY D. BURNS 
(312)395-1101 



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PRESS PHOTOORAPHER 

Lokeland Newspapers Is seeking a combination 
of artistic talent and professional competence for 
a full-time position as staff pt^otographer. 

Salary is open for the person prepared for the 
challenge of a 40 hours plus position with week- 
ends and some nights to get the "right" shot every /| 
time. 

Should be grounded technically in ail aspects of 
photography, although darkrqom work will not be 
required. Must be comfortable with "bread and 
butter" assignments while awaiting the call for spot 
news or features. 

Writing background helpful. Well rounded port- 
folio will overcome lack of previous press experi- 
ence. Will consider the, "studied" amateur who has 
been waiting for a break. Car necessary. Excellent 
benefits package. To arrange interview, write or 
cdll M.D. Pramshofer, hnanaghg e ditor . 

Lakeland 

Newspapers 
(312)223-8161 

P.O. Box 268 
Grayslake, IL 60030 



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Growing ctothlng manu- 
facturer 

Noar Tolhvay at Rto. 1 76 

Fulltime 

UbertyvSte Area 

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Looking for peopio 
to represent major 
publishing com- 
pany In Illinois area, 
no experience, no 
direct selling, no 
nights, no week- 
ends. Salary based 
on resporeibllty and 
productivity. Can 
make up to 
'500/wk. Call Tom at 

1-800-236-8787 
12noon-3p.m. 



CASHIER 

EmploymenI Oppor- 
tunity Available. 
Hours Flexible. Ex- 
perience Not 
Necessary. Call :j 

(312) 223-4767 - 

ML Om Stop 

Food Mart 

Roule 45 & Center St. 
Wildwood, Illinois 



INSTALLER 

Responsible person to 
install Canvas aw- 
nings. Individual must 
be neat, dependable 
and able to communi- 
cate. Must possess 
mectianicai ability. 
Welding experience 
would be helpful. Will 
train. Starting wages 
based on qualifica- 
tions. Raises based on 
performance. Healtti 
and life insurance, 
paid vacation and 
tiolidays. Apply in per- 
son, hiours: 8:30-4. M-F. 



IWillianns&Son.lnc. 

211 N. Northwest Hwy. 

BarringlonJL 60010 



MANAGEMENT. 

TRAINEE 

SALESMAN 

Dynamic national com- 
pany seeldng sharp 
aggressive individual 
for unique retail oppor-; 
(unity. Excellent in- 
come opportunity, sal- 
ary plus bonus, com- 
mission and incen- 
tives. Group health, 
paid vacation and 1 
year management trai- 
ning program with paid 
completion bonus. Ap- 
ply in person.- 

HARRIS 
ORIGINALS 

2140 Sheridan Rd. 

(comer of 22nd and Sheridan) 

Apply in person o> call 

(312) 689^43 or 

(312)473-1313 

Call or apply between the 
hoursof3p,m.& 10 p.m. 



CHEMICAL LABORATORY 
TECHNICIAN 

Our materials/analytical laboratory needs a techni- 
cian with an Associaes Degree or Ihe equivalent in 
training and experience. Salary commensurate with 
experience. Send your resume or letter to:_ 

WISS, JANNEY, ELSTNER 

ASSOCIATES 

330 Pfingston Road 

NorthbrookJL6qQ62 

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No Experience NecessaryAVe Will Train! 

Join One of (he Nation's Leading Hotel Chains 

And Compare The Benefils-HYATT Deerfield offers: 

FULL TIME: Good Pay. Bcncfiis Galore (Major 
Medical. Life Insurance. Denial, Rclircmenl. Paid 
Vacations & Holidays, Complimenlaiy Room at 
any HYATT Hotel in U.S.. Meals & Unifonns, 
Free Parking, etc. 

PART TIME: Many of the benefits mentioned 
above apply to you also! 

•Cocktail Servers (Exc Tips) •Bussers 

•Food Servers (ExcTlps) *Cooks 

•Bdlpersoris (Exc Tips) •Cashiers 

•Front Office Clerks •Barpersons (Exc Tips) 
•Banquet Set-Up •Housekeeping (Exc. Tips) 

Apply In Person Mon.-Fri., 12 Noon 

4 p.m. at 

HYATT Deerfield 

1750 Lake Cook Rd. (nr. 1-294 Tollway) Deerfield, IL 
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GOOD PAY... 

GOOD COMPANY... 
GOOD FUTURE!! 



We Just Have A Few More Openings 
Available in Our . 
TRAINING CLASSES. 

Applicants must have meclxjnical aptitude 
and good work record. Must be avaikible to 
work any stiift. 

Apply in persop 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Mon- 
day to Friday or call: 

(815) 675-2392 

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IMMEDIATE 
OPENING 
FULLTIME 

MUSIC 
THERAPIST 

Fringe Benefits 

Contact: 
Sister Arlene 

■MOUNT STJOSEPH'S 
(312)438-5050 



MAINTENANCE 
MAN 

Apartment complex in Lake 
Villa needs a maintenance 
man. Musi to cjipcfiooced in 
Gas/Hol water boilers, retrig- 
eration. electrical ar.d plumb- 
ing. Cleaning, painting and 
lignt carpentry. 

CALL CHRIS 
9 a.m.-4 p.m. 
DEEP LAKE 
HERMITAGE 
APARTMENTS 
356-2002 




TWO FULL TIME 
CUSTODIANS 

Night Shift 

Fringe benefits in- 
clude medical in- 
surance, sick 
leave, and paid 
holidays. 

Appty at: 

Grant 
Community 
High School 

285 b. Grand Ave. 

Fox Ukc. IL 60020 

(312)587-2561 



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PLASTIC BLOW 

MOLD 

OPERATORSH'ECHS 

Establishid Containtr Hanu* 
facturing Co. urginlly n*ods 
«xp«rienced BLOW MOLD OP- 
ERATORS/ TECHNICIANS for 
its ixpanding Iowa planL 
Expsrlanca**knowl«dga & 
skills to oparatt Unlloy Extru- 
sion •quipmant (rtclprocating 
scraw). MInlmjm 2 yn. axpari- 
anca. Excallant pay & frlnga 
banatits. Stata-of-lha-art plant 
In small Mississippi town. 
Sand rssuma or call: ATTN: 
KIRK GARY, CENTRAL CAN 
CO., 5408 eislAva. Wast. Mus- 
eitlna. lA 52761. 
(319) 264470a 



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The Landmark 

Restaurant 

in Antioch is 

opening soon! 

Positions lor all 

restaurant 

staH available. 

Applicalions being taken 

Mon..Dec,5ihnj 

Wed.. Dec. 7 

9 am.-4 p.m. 

al 

MIDLANE 
COUNTRY CLUB 

14565 YorkhouseRd. 

(Just west of Delany) 
Wadswofth. IL 
No phone calls 



CLASSiriEIIS! 

(312) 223-8161 



HIRING NOW! 

•General Otfice 
•Receplionis'is 
•File Clerks 
•Telemarkelers 

Little to no 

experience needed! 
•Local assignments 
•Top salaries 
•Computer training 




TBVF^OR^FES 



Waukegan 244-6500 
Libertyvllle 367-1117 
Wheeling 215*0060 



AHENTION 
DRIVERS! 

Earn Top Dollar 

Have knmedate oporings 
tor Drtvofs to dotivof the 
WAIL STREET JOURNAL during 
eatymofninQtioursof 1 am.- 
7 am.. Moa-f ri, There ao no 
collectioni, no week ends, 
eon top doflor, plus auto d- 
lowGPCOS end inconttvet as 
Q doWery drfver. Pojitionj 
ore available In Northbrook. 
HiohJand Park ond Deerfidd 
areas. Al oppTHranh must 
have G reicblo voHde ond 
pfoof of minimum Babtlity in- 
surance, fof oppBcotion and 
intefvlov/. come »oe us be- 
tween trte houi of 10:30 
a.m. -4:30 p.m. at: 

National Delivery 
Service 

1030W.HigQinsRd.Ste. 310 

PaAR^. 1160066 
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EARN EXTRA 
CHRISTMAS $$$ 

WARIHOUSI 

IMMEDIATE OPENINGS DEERFIELD, IL AREA 

WOMEN/MEN 

We ore a ropidi/ growing mtrchondiiing company 
seeking energetic women & men to fill light pocking & 
general warehouse positions. 

WEOFHR: 

• OUTSTANDING TRAINING PROGRAM 

• RAPID PAY INCREASES, HOUDAY PAY + BONUS 

• MEDICAL INSURANCE, VACATION A SICK LEAVE 

• VERY MODERN WAREHOUSE ENVIRONMENT ; 

All highway cJriving, easy access to our location on Rt. 
#22, 75 feet NE of 1-94 (Half Day Rood) Tri-State Tollway 
Exit. 

HOMEMAKERS WELCOME 

FOR WmVIIW, CAU 312-2f 5*4319 



FULL TIME 

BARTENDER 

NIGHTS 

Call Ron 
(312) 546-8994 



WORD PROCESSING 
FULLTIME 

Insurance agency 
in NorthbrooK 
seeks experienced 
and accurate typ- 
ist. Salary com- 
mensurate with 
ability and 
experience. 
Coll or write: 

JIM CROWLEY 

P.O. BOX 647 

NORTHBROOK, IL 

60065 

(312)480-3570 




$ $ $ $ 

We have immediate job 
openings for the following: 

•Word Processing/PC 
Operators 
'Secretaries 
'Typists 
'Clerks 

'Data Entry/CRT 
'Receptionist/Switchboard 

Short A long term 
£, assignments 

We offer the finest 
benefits and bonus 
programs ifi the tem- 
porary industry, in- 
cluding health Insur- 
ance (no' waiting 
period!), vacation 
pay. holiday pay. 
travel club. 

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SERVICES 

LIbenyvIlle ..(312)367-1144 

Waukegan... (31 2) 662-0770 

|Wheelln9....(312) 459-6009 



LIGHT MANUFACTURING 
PLANT 

NOW HIRING 

. Looking for full.time customer service rep. 
Duties will include assisting withj^ing. 
Must have accurate typing and ability to op- 
erate calculator. Pleasant phone voice and 
legible handwriting a .must. Full company 
benefits. 

Apply In person: 

NU-WAY SPEAKER 
PRODUCTS, INC. 

945 Xhita Ave. 
Antioch, IL 






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TAKE 
THIS TEST. 

WANT TO EARN 
MORE? 

WANT TO FIND 
TEMPORARY WORK 

YOU'LL LIKE? 

If you answered "yes" 
to either question, 
take one more test- 
Manpower's Ultrdex™. 
You can't foil our free, 
easy-to-take tests. 
They tell us what kinds 
of work you would do 
well. ..and what you'd 
be happiest doing for 
jobs like light industrial, 
assembly and more. 
That helps us place 
you In the work you 
do best. So. you'll get 
paid more. 

As a Manpower Tem- 
porary you'll receive 
good weekly pay. 
and a full benefits 
package. 

Once, we have your 
Ultradex- test results, 
you'll be- considered 
for all available Jobs 
matching your skills 
and preferences, Coll 
us for an appointment 
today. 

WiUConda(312)52M300 
llun(M*ln (312) 949-4100 
Ulw Bluff (312) 295^00 

MANPOWER* 

TEMPORARY SERVICES 



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Enti7-level 
Opportunities 

Two ontry-tovoi. nowty ap- 
a(»d p04ilton« oro ovotoWo 
rof NgNy-CQc^'X^- doled- 
oflonlod mdMdodi to oaist in 
tho F>of lonnol Dopt, at Houw 
rwJd McTX/c3Clunno. 

Administrative 
Assistant 

Th» quctfftod opptconl must 
how a mMmim o( 1-2 yoon 
or o)(pori«nco in on octnlrtt- 
trativo ccpodty. a H.& dpto- 
ma, QOw moth apntude 
md typing 45 wpm. Exc elont 
WTitlen/voftxi commuiKO- 
ttcn Ms ore nocoucvy os 
you wi hove cirect contoct 
w<th •mpioveoi. rotirooi. Ac- 
tuar(« ond OMion Pension 
Am*«ranon Penomtt. A 
minimum ol two ¥«an of •«• 
poriooc© In penton oc*nlni»- 
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401 00 pkm.Lotm 1-2*3. end 
Qovemmont reporting r&* 
gukomonti h dovobto. 

Cleric/ Typist 



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Womcns Spcdally Store 
located In Arlington His. 
& Highland Park is 
looking for self- 
motivated Manager & 
Full & Port time help. 
Exp, necessary in sales. 
Growth potential, bonus 
ic Incentive plan includ- 
ed. In Arlington Hts., 
CaU 225-60)4. In High- 
land Park, Call 831.1«6, 



FULLTIME 
MECHANIC 

Experience in diesel 

and gasoline engines 

required.Must have 

own tools. Wauconda 

Ixalions. 

Call (312) 438-5161 



A wel-o»ocrto3 hcMtijaH b 
noodod to provWo typing (45 
wpm) ore! dotted ooistonco 
for HuTXJi Rosourcei D»pt 
and Rhk MonogomonJ fir*c- 
tten crxJ Ido ro^ponubta for 
corporate odico moil 
ajtributtoa 

We offer opportunity for od- 
vcTvremont. a competitive 
sctcry end compfele bene 
flti. To ichedJe an cppont 
ment. cdl (312) 215-«00. a 
wnd a reume to: Mr. Herre 
ra. Houtehdd Mcnioctu 
Ing. 2700 Scrxfen nood. 
Prospect Heighti. L 6007a 
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- Household 
Manufacturing 



LOOKING FOR 

A CAREER IN 

OUTSIDE 

SALES? 

Aggressive, outgoing 
people arc needed for 
our expanding 
McHenry County au- 
tomolivc warehouse 
company. Parts expe- 
rience a plus, but will 
train ihe right people. 
Send your resume or 
brief letter to: 

P.O. Box 271 
McHenry, IL 
60050 




BRING US 

SALES POSITION 

Our growing Lake County Company is 
seeking the right person to join our sales 
staff. We'll match your desire to succeed 
with our quality product, training and bene- 
fits. A self-motivator, working with a min- 
imum of supervision, is an ideal candidate. 

Previous sales experience is not mandato- 
ry, but would be a definite plus. If you arc 
looking for a rewarding career, invesugaie 
lliis po:ition, 

PASTE-UP ARTIST 
FULL AND PART-TIME 

Growing company has need for full and 
part-time paste-up artisls in our Production 
Department We will train the right person to 
our system. Typing experience helpful but 
not necessary. Full range of company bene- 
fits including profit sharing. Person must be 
dependable. 

MAILING ROOM 

Earn extra money for the Holidays wor- 
king one day a week. Every Thursday for 4-8 
hours, Great for mothers with children ml 
school. ^ 



For Further 
Information Contact 

Lakeland Newspapers] 

30 S. Whitney 
Grayslake, IL^ 

(312) 223-8t^ 



34 Lokeland Newspapers 






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$Earn$ 

JO tO'$1200 por month, 

rt timo, $2000 to $6000 

month lull time. CatlJ. 

Ihnson Associates at 

12)249-8114. 

22-53-14 

kNT A BUSINESS OF 
lUR OWN? - We dis- 
)Ulo over 6000 prod- 
Its/sorvicos. (312)526- 

»0B. 

22-53-12. 

100 SUNBEDS - 
ining tables. Sunal- 
(OLFF tanning beds, 
londorOuest passive 
lorcisors. Call for FREE 
)lor catalogue. Save to 
)%. (800)228-6292. 
22-49-5 



Child Core 



Ihildcare offered 

iRosponslblo mother of 2 
ill babysit in my homo, any 
JO. any hours.' Round 
iko Park area. (312)546- 

1305. 

24-50-160 

jhildcare needed - 

losponsiblo sitter in "my 
^auconda home. Monday, 
/ednosday', Saturday 4 
.m.-Midnlght: (312)526- 

;98B. 

24-49-128 

;HILDCARE 
•EMBROOK AREA • My 

lome days, full or part-time, 
fbeforo and alter school, 3 
lyoars and up. (312)336- 

14277. 

24-50-95 

I SITTER NEEDED - Full 
limo. 7:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. for 9 
month old. Your home or 
mine. After Jan. 15. 
Nonsmoker, references 
roquircd. (312)634-6532. 
24-49-27 

CHILDCARE- OFFERED 
- In my Island Lake homo. 
Fox River Shoros 
subdivision. All ages 
welcome. Flexible hours. 
Roforencos available. 
Starting 1/02/89. l^ura 
(312)223-4414. 

24-50-92 




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ANTIQUE PUMP 

ORGAN - 100+ years old, 
still works. $800. (312)356- 
6461. 

30-49-61 



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ADMIRAL WASHER - 

Like new, only 2 years old. 
$250. (312)587-8407. 
31-49-19 

ELECTRIC RANGE - 30" 
Caloric, brand now, almond, 
never used, $325. 
(312)949-5265. 

31-49-106 



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To The Best 
Bargains. Anywhere! 

LakclniKl 
Clu!ViKifi<5«U! 

(312)223-8161 



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Schools/ 
Instnictton 



JOBS AND 
GOOD PAY 
AWAIT YOU 

TRUCK 
DRIVER 

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Northlake.lL 60164 



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that boat 
you want is 

in our 
Classifieds 
This Week! 



CAMCORDERS/VCRs 
WHOLESALE - 42 

brands, no tax, froe UPS 
dolivoty. Froe camcordor 
buyers guide (none (or 
VCRs). Call with model 
wanted for our price. 
(800)344-7123. 
36-49-6 



45" Panasonic TV - Also 
satollito dish. Justin time (or 
Christmas!! Excellent 
condition. . Will separate. 
(312)746.8105. 

36-49-96 ' 

IBM COMPATIBLE 
COMPUTER - 640K, 20 
meg hard drive, Ega color 
monitor, many extras. 
(312)244-7159. 

35-49-43 7 

KENWOOD CD 

PLAYER - Programable 
Teac EQ-10, $115 or best 
offer. (312)587-5870 alter 3 
p.m. 

31-49-42 



HAY - 50-60 lb. bales, 
$4.75 per bale. Delivery 
available. (312)934-0204. 
37-49-144 

DELICIOUS GEESE - 

Ready for oven, weighing 
between 8-12 lbs. Get your 
Goose now for Christmas. 
Highway C. tirst (arm west of 
Trevor, Wisconsin. 
(414)862-6835. 

37-50-149 



HAY FOR SALE 

(312)223-9375. 

37- 49-85 

rirewood^^ 38 

MIXED WOODS • Split, 
seasoned, $95 per cord 
plus delivery. Insured tree 
work and root feeding. 
Robert Klatt (312)587- 
058G. 



FIREWOOD 

Seasoned 

Hardwood 

•50 Per Face 

Cord 

2 for •90 

NORDSTROM 

TREE 

EXPERTS 

27008 N. Hwy. 12 

Wauconda, IL 

(312) 526-0858 




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SANTA'S IIOMC 



Santa's Home Helps Homeless Children 



On the one hand ihc St. Augustine 
has a traditional Spanish navoi', with 
tiled hip roofs, stucco exterior, and an 
entry court. On the other hand, the Si. 
Augustine utilizes a distinctive 
contemporary floor plan. 

The main floor of the house 
consists of three large interlocking 
hexagonal cells. The central cell 
contains the main entrance, family 
room, and walk through kitchen. The 
kitchen serves into the family room 
across an eating bar. Because the mam 
counter fits into one apex of the hex. it 
can lake advantage of garden windows m 
both adjacent walls. The right hand unit, 
with living and dining rooms, joins at 
the entrance. Windows in each of its 
five outside walls offer a 270.degrce 
view. Half of this cell-thc living room- 
-is vaulted. The dining room has its 
ceiling soffited down to make a more 
formal, intimate space. 
i§§ Gucsi room, utility room, pool 



Friday, D«c«fnlMr 2. 1901 , . 




dressing area, den: they all lie in the left 
hand unit of the St. Augustine, and all 
in the same space. This multi-purpose 
area also, includes a full bath, and a 
short hall to one of two outside paiios. 

Upstairs, the. design of ihc St. 
Augustine becomes more conservative. 
A long hall connects three bedrooms and 
a master suite. The master suite at one 
end includes ai'privatc bath, walk-in 
closet, and a private deck thai forms the 
cover for the back patio. The two ccritral 
bedrooms are quite small, but the third, 
perched over the living/dining hexagon, 
is large enough (and close enough to the 
bathroom) to house two children iii 
bunk beds. " 

For a study plan of the St. 
Augustine (228-131), send S5.00 to 
Landmark Designs. P: O. Box 2832, 
Eugene. OR 97402. (Bcsurc to specify 
plan name & number when ordering). 
Designers, Architects and readers with 
plans they would like to sec featured 
also are invited to contact Landnriark. 



Early this month, just in lime 
for their busy season, Santa and 
Mrs. Claus moved into this 
spacious new home. In recent years 
their old home at the North Pole 
had grown far too small to handle 
the increasingly huge volume of 
mail. The elves needed more space 
for making and storing toys. 

Several rarely used consiruction 
materials have been adapted for 
incorporation into the building's 
exterior. The fudgerock chimneys, 
lollypop fringed rooftop and 
gumdrop exterior walls are 
particularly unique. 

Through the candy cane portico, 
just inside the front door, a year 
round Christmas tree in the 
circular reception au^ium extends up 
through both stories. Passageways 
leading off of this central hub 
provide easy access to all other 
areas of the house. A staircase 
curves up the right side to the 
Claus' private living space. 

The kitchen, designed with 
Santa's sweet iooth in mind, 
features an ice cream freezer, candy 
pantry, and cookie jar cupboard. 
Thermal paned windows brighten 
the snack nook, while the 
woodstove radiates loasty warmth. 
The snack aiid dining table are 
specially designed lo accomodate 
Santa's belly. 

With its soft couches, easy 
chairs and big screen television, the 
lounging area provides a 
comfortable environment for taking 
a break from the day's work. On 
long winter nights, roaring fires in 
the massive stone fireplace invite 
-storytelling while .warding off 
winter's chills. 

Clusters of cubicles in the elves 
quarters simulate their normal forest 
habitat. Since elves vary in their 
personal preferences for privacy or 
company in their sleeping 
arrangements, several sizes are 



available. Toilets and lavatories are 
scaled down to fit their smallcr- 
ihan-avcragc body builds. 

With its nufiicrous long 
workbenches, the adjacent 
workroom provides plenty of space 
for handcrafting hundreds of toys at 
once. 

Easy access lo the full basement, 
provided by ihe nearby stairway, 
makes it a natural for die year-round 
loy storage. The work area is also 
conveniently close to the mailroom 
where Sanui reads the letters from 
all the good little girls and boys and 
decides which gifts he'll ask the 
elves to make. 

Shipping and receiving is right 
next door. Supplies arrive here, and 
it is here Santa's bag is packed Ou 
Christmas Eve. A ramp spiraling 
up from the ground fioor stable lo 
the rooftop runway enables Santa to 
build up enough speed to lake off 
with his reindeer and sleigh. 

Upstairs in the Claus' personal 
living area, one large closet is 
dcvoied exclusively to red suit 
storage. Santa recognizes that he 
has a weight problem, partly from 
eating all the cookies and milk 
children leave him on Christmas 
Eve, A fitness room, complete with 
a scale, weights and exercise bicycle 
helps him stay on top of it. 

For an activity packet that 
includes an artist's conception, floor 
plans, exterior views, and a sheet of 
cut-out slick-on furnishings, send a 
check for S6 lo Santa's Home, P.O. 
Box 2307, Eugene, Oregon 97402. 
The I5"x22" sheets arc suitable for 
coloring and can be used as wall 
decorations. 

Three dollars of each order will 
go lo the National^ Network of 
Runaway and Youih Services, to 
help children who have no homes. 
Delivery before Christmas cannot 
be guaranteed for orders placed after 
December 5. 



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PASO FINOS • Smooth 
elegancel Bred mare & (2) 
trained geldings for sale, 
(312)395-2362. 

42-49-20 

BUYERS AND sellers 
come together every week 
in t-akeland Classified. 
(312)223-6161 



HoyitltoM Coodt., 43 

10 GUN CTkBINET • 

Solid oak, bullt^ by 
experienced woodworker. 
Big and beautiful. $700. 
(414)857-2605. 

43-49-141 

.BEDROOM SET - 

^' Bassett. 7 piece Italian 
Provincial, full size, good 
condition, $350. (312^95- 
4764. 

43-50-33 

KING SIZE WATERBED 

- Double drawer pedestal, 
large headboard with mirror. 
Good condition. $700. 
(312)949-8194. 

43-49-44 

DINING ROOM TABLE - 

Dark walnut, 3.5* round with 
3 removable leaves & pads. 
Good shape, $175. 
(312)546-6307. 

43-49-79 

BUFFET/ 
BREAKFRONT - 59" 

wide, butcher block with 
smoked glass and stainless 
steel, $200 or best offer. 
(312)587-0985 after 5 p.m. 
45-49-108 

'LIVING ROOM SET - 

Rustic styling, 3 tables, 
couch, loveseat, $550; new 
recliner, $200; 3-drawer 
child's dresser. $75. All 
. prices firm. (312)816-1424. 
43-49-130 

DINETTE SET - Walnut 
formica top, heavy duty cast 
aluminum base, with 4 
highback swivel ban^l chairs 
with" heavy duty aluminum 
base. Excellent condition, 
$75. (312)358-0972, 
43-50-107 

MATCHING SOFA & 
LOVESEAT . Rust. gold, 
green and beige, $250. 
(The shelf) microwave oven 
support shelf, fits over 30" 
stove, $75. 4" high pull-out 
vented exhaust hood. $40. 
(312)546-6613. 

43-49-78 

KING SIZE WATERBED 

» - With canopy, mirrors, 
dresser. hutch. 2 
nightstands. BEAUTIFUL!! 
Must see to appreciate! 
Originally $2500, will sell for 
$1200 or best, (312)244- 
4093 after 4 p.m. 
43-49-75 

Miicelloneous 45 

70' TOWER - With 7 sq.fL 
wind load, aluminum, free 
standing, $1500. Yeasu 
FT101E radio, $400. 
(312)546-4255 after 5 p.m. 
45-49-138 

WEDDING DRESS • 

Hand crocheted, never 
been worn. Originally 
$2500, asking $300 or best 
offer. (312)623-2820. 
45-49-139 

SNOWMOBILE - 1968 

Scorpion, needs minor 

^^ repair work, $75 or best 

offer. B/D 7.25' circular 

saw, $30, 12" Quasar B&W 

* TV, $20. New kitchen 

range hood, $20. 45 Ball 

mason Jars for canning, $15, 

^; 5 bikes in need of repair, 

$10 all. Call anytime 

(312)395-6575. 

45-49-109 

OUTSIDE 

WOODBURNING 

FURNACE 

Thermostatically controlled, 
r'no mess inside. Make in 
Minnesota where we 
understand winter. Call 
. TOLL FREE (800)325- 
2760. AQUA-THERM, 
Dept, SPA, Brooten, MN. 
56316. 

45-49-9 



FORD gN TRACTOR - 

Rear snow blade. Honda 

ATV110. (815)678-4052. 

45-50-110 

HYDRAULIC PLOW - 

Like new Swenson with all 
accessories, $1000. Call 
evenings (414)843-3710. 
45-49-45 

HERBALIFE- If youVe 
looking for the Herbatlfe 
products, please call for 
personal services and 
delivefy. (312)249-1924. 
45-53-17 

HOT TUBS - All colors 
and styles. FACTORY 
OUTLET, lowest prices 
guaranteed. WOODLAND 
PIER 1 (414)534-5264. 
45-51-21 

LOOKING FOR MARK 
HUGHES 

MENS/WOMENS 
PRODUCTS FOR 

CHRISTMAS? • Call your 
Herbalife distributor 
(312)244-9688. 

45-49-13 




Laundry/ 
Cleaning 



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Instruments 



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BABY GRAND PIANO - 

Antique George Sleek, 
while. $3500. (312)438- 
2154. 

46-49-129 

SPINET/CONSOLE 
PIANO - Top brand. 
Assume $50 payments. 
See locally. Call 

immediately (800)521- 
46-49-21 

FENDER AMPLIFIER • 

Twin reverb II, 120 watts. (2) 
12' speakers. Excellent 
condition. $350. (312)244- 
7159. 

46-49-46 

UPRIGHT PIANO - Com- 
pletely restored Gul- 
bransen, ivory keys, in per- 
fect condition. Buyer must 
move. S600 or offer. 
(312)395-6509 after 5 p.m. 
46-49-57 

Pets A Supplies 47 

DALMATIONS 
WANTED - For stud 
service. (312)356-3396. 
47-49-55 

SHELTIE PUPPY - AKC 

exotic blue merle male. 

(312)589-4032 after 4 p.m. 

47-49-122 

GOLDEN RETRIEVER - 

AKC female. 7.5 months 
old. $300. (312)223-8306 
after 5 p.m. 

47-49-57 

(2) KITTENS - 3 month 
old black & white female, 4 
month old white male. 
Asking $25 for both. For 
more Info call (312)587- 
6036. 

47-49-56 

PUG PUPPIES - AKC, 
whelped 9/15/88. 1 male, 1 
female. Adorabtel $300 or 
best offer. Will finance. 
(312)872-8753. 

47-49-58 

LOOKING FOR A DOG 
CRATE? - Well, look no 
furtherl Large. crate, good 
condition. (312)356-8361 
before 3 p.m. 

47-53-59 

GOLDEN RETRIEVER - 

AKC female, 5 months old, 

housebroken. Field 

champion sire. To good 

home only. $250. 

(312)395-7060, (312)356-. 

0004. 

47-49-97 

Wanted to Buy 49 

OLD TRAINS & TOYS 
WANTED - Private 
collector pays highest cash. 
Call me before selling 
(312)699-0268. 

49-52-161 

SLOT MACHINES - 

Wanted to buy. Any 
condition, or parts. Also old 
Wurlitzer jukeboxes and 
nickelodeons. Paying cash. 
(312)985-2742. 

49-53-23 



JEAN'S IRONING - 400 
per piece. 2 years 
experience, 50 off each 
item until Christmas. You 
pick up and delfver. 
(312)356-2762. 

SI 9-50-89 



Carpentry 



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Professional 
Services 



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r^rrr^u^ ^'^'^CrtDC CLOCK REPAIR - 

Sl^.mr. cDci«Q European clock maker for 

GROUND FREEZES - ^^^^^^^ ^^d house calls. 

SolTr1^^5?S33®*°^^ For appointment call 

Sons (312)356-3933. (312)438-3552. 

S7-49-1 S31-50-146 



Remodeling $35 

NO GIMMICKS - Homo 
remodeling, skilled In all 
aspects. LI}wcosL Prompt 
service. Free estimates. 
Contact Blane at (312)587- 
3169. 

S35-50-147 

LAKE SHORE 

CONSTRUCTION & 
REMODELING - We do 
Basements - Kitchens - 
Bathrooms - everything from 
A to Z. No job conskJored 
too small. (312)740-0286. 

S35-50-32 



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NEW CONSTRUCTIONiCgil 

Beautifully designed bride & cedar 3-bcdroom 2 1/2 
bath rancn on ^vtxxlcd 1/2 acre in scenic West Shore 
Park, Mundeleln. Home features large kitchen with 
breakfast nook, fonnal dining room, over-sized living 
room with custom fireplace. Cathedral ceilings, sky- 
lichting and 3 sets of sliding glass doors out to back 
add to chann. Loads of closets and a full 2,000 sq. ft. 
of basement. Lake rights to private beach mth boat 
slips avaibble on Diamond Lake, '189,900. To see, call 
(312)566-4724 




BEAUTIFUL GURNEE M15.000 

1 & 1/2 story home nestled on a taroe deep tot. 
Central-air for watm summers & 2 wood burning fire- 
places for C02V winters. 3 bedroonw. 1 .5 remodeled, 
baths. Rrat floor fanr^V room & fofmal dining. *0-^.J 




LOOK AT THIS ONEIII M 15.000 

Gurnee schools, 3 bedrooms. Very large rooms. 
Oversized rec. room & garage. 1/2 acre. 
*n5,000.#B-7. 



CALL TODAY! 

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YOU SHOULD SEE 

This line 3 bedroom ranch home localwJ In a very nice area o) 
similaj homes. Oulslda It encbsod in aluminum tkUng and th«r« 
are new storms and saoens. 2.5 car garage ar>d much more. Cal 
right now 165.000 



JUST ABOUT COMPLETE 

Yes. this 4 bedroom ranch whh 1.5 baths Is almost conplete ar>d 
ready tor your family holiday gatherings. Home Is bu^ on a crawl 
space to everything you need Is on 1 1toor. Double walortront lot. 
Only $99,900 



MAINTENANCE FREE TRILEVEL 

In a deslrabio Lir>donhur&i tocallon. 3 bedrooms and 2 tull baths. 
Gather the famlh^ In the tpadous tamllyroorR 2.5 car garage and 
even a pool lor next summer. Cal now SU6,000 



I'M SURE YOU DESERVE ITtI 

So como out and buy this 4 bedroom home (n country atmosphere. 
Extras include: 2 fireplaces, formal dinlngroom with pegged oak 
floors, great kKchen with oaK cabinets, tamltyroom. 2 car garage 
and an eilra large k». Priced (or Irrvnedlale sale Si 19,500 



REDUCTION, REDUCTION. REDUCTIONIll 

Now you can gel a great buy on this tine 3 bedroom home In the 
Village of Aniloch. Large llvingroom anached to formal dinlngroom 
by 3-way llreplace. Full basement and a fenced in yard with deck 
lor relaxing. 2.5 car garage and much rmre. Only 9134,900 



A RED CARPET 

^^ WELCOME MAT REALTY 
Illinois & (312) 305-8600 

Wisconsin 959 Main St.. Antloch, IL 



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JOB RESUME $9 

and up. W« do It all.'Experf 
wrtllno, typlog ond pflntli^g. 
Fr*« lnt«rv)«w. 

uaieuiuiKsnneE 

<312) 663-1551 



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Miicellaneous 



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Wedding 



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PHOTOS FOR A L L 
OCCASIONS- The 
Wedding Spocfalist. 
Professional photos, 
affordable prices. Bruce G. 
Calry (312)356-2230. 
347-53-15 



JC&S TRUCKING, 
SNOWPLOWING A 
LIGHT EXCAVATING - 

Sand» stone, gravel. 
Delivered In any size loads 
at your convenience. 
Bobcat service available. 
(312)587-2407. 

S49-52-148 




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FOX LAKE • Real cute 
home for sale by owner. 2 
bedrooms. 1 bath. 60x120 
corner lot. crawl space, 
remodeled. (312)587-2179. 

50-49-120 

LAKEFRONT - For sale 
by owner, 3 bedroom home 
on 338 ft. of L^ke Antioch. 
7 rooms. 2 car garage. 
Asking $235,000. By 
appointment only (312)395- 
8600. (312)395-3448 after 
7 p.m. 

50-49-47 



UKEFRONT HOUSE - 

Lindenhurst. 3 bedroom 
contemporary. 2 years now. 
7 rooms, 2 baths, 
completely landscaped. 
Must seel $169,900. 
(312)356-9245. 

50-50-34 ' 



No one reads 

small ads? 

You're reading 

this one. 

,_^ CLASSIFIED 
il (312)223-8161 



ANTIOCH'S 

FINEST 

NEIGHBORHOOD 

A fiuge raised ranch 10 
room, 4 or 5 bedroom, with 
2.5 baths, a 2.5 car garage, 
sridors to covered dock and 
patio, family room, rec room 
with built in bar, stove, rofrig- 
oralor. and plenty of closets. 
A lot of house for '129,900. 

Michael Lescher 

RE/MAX Advantage 

(312)395-7900 




*NEW CONSTRUCTION * *NEW LISTING* 

mat A my To Start 1989'ln Your Own Home! | 

Quality Construction Throughout. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, large eat-in kitchen with oak 
cabinets, lake righte, all this and more*...only '79,900 

Call Jo Swanson now for details & private showing 

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SUPER CAPE COD IN CAlN3~WOOD3 
- Thi» bMUtiful orw acn Mttlng hu ott this cuitom 4 
bedroom o*ni. 2 1/2 baths, tormaJ dinlngroom. 
hardwood Ikwrs. famHyroom with cozy firsplK* and 
a FlorMa room owrlooks yard. GREAT LOCATtON- 

LAKE VILLA »t64,000. :_• ■_ 

. PiaP>t,MK.»ll| 396-7313 




New 
Listing 



CHAIN LAKEFRONT - Newly llstAd 4* 
bedroom home with panoramic view of Foi l^e. Full 
llnlthed wait-out bsmL Great getaway raireal. FOX 

LAKE - PRICED TO SELL AT <9S.b0O. 

lllll 395-7313 



WELL BUILT IS THE WORD • For this 
Qrayslake super home. 1 yr. old Bridt 4 Cedai on 
largeil let on block. Stone fireplace In sunken 
IMrigroom, all oak trim, lormal dlnii>oroom. 2 baths, 2 
car garage. GRAYSLAKE $1 35.900 . 

MIA PM, MC lilD i39S73T3 




WHY RENT? - Purchase thh sharp two bedroom 
Fot Like townh<>-%-::e wkh a tow down payment and; 
assume a 8.5% mortgage. MSe.OO monthl y 
payment Appliances plus garage . $45,5 00 





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THREE BEDROOM RANCH - On a country 
acre! Full basement, llreplace, attached garage, 
waJk-up altlc. Ideal lor commuteril 5 minutes to 
tolKvay Of 41, $121,900 



LAKE VILLA - RANCHY RANCH 

Spacious 4 bedroom home has large bright IMng & 
dinlngroom, kitchen whh all the counter ipace A 
cabinets desired. 1 1/2 baths. New carpeting. New 
flooring In kichen A dinlngroora Full basement. 2 1/2 
car garage. REDUCEDI $106,500.00 

fgji4.P<w, wcum 22"3-aiV8 ^^- 



Grayslake 
(312)223-8178 

Waukegan 
(312)66^-1021 




INC. 

Gurnee 
(312)360-9333 

Antioch 

(312)395-7313 





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Homei for Sole 50 Homei for Rent 5 1 



Condos/ 
Townhomes 



54 Mobile Homei 55 IoTrJUJ"*' 56 



BUY FORECLO- 
IsURES - Save your cfedill 
Call Karen (312)381-2377. 
50-50-25 




Homos for Niit 5 I 



FOX LAKE - 2 bodroom 
houso on Chain just outside 
town, garago, Ml basemenl. 
$650 per month plus 
security, utilities. (312)587- 
0248aftor5p.m. 
51-49-30 

MUNDEUEIN • 3 bed- 
room. 2 bath ranch on 
Village Green Golf Course. 
Nowly renovated! Many ex- 
tras! $675 per month. Call 
Corey Goldstein (31 2)390- 

0923. 

51-50-28 

ROUND UKE BEACH "^ 
Nowly romodelod iri-Ievel. 
Family room. 3 bedrooms. 2 
balhs. 2.5 car garage, 
fencod yard. $700 per 
month. 1 month security 
deposit. Available Jan. 1. 
(312)546-3036 aftor 6 p.m. 
51-49-22 

FOX LAKE ..ON 

CHANNEL • 3 bedroom, 1 
bath, huge eat-in kitchen, 
living room with (iroplace. 
S550 per month, security 
deposit and references. 
Prefer nonsmokers. 
(312)879-2500 days. 
(312)879-6575 evenings. 
51-49-29 

ROUND LAKE BEACH - 
Rent with option to buy, 2 
bedroom townhomo. 1.5 
balhs, large closets, 
appliances plus dishwasher, 
washer/dryer connection in 
unit, fireplace. Pool and 
tennis courts. Available 
immediately, $585 per 
month plus security. 
(312)634-1309 days. 
(312)740-0970 evenings 
and wookonds. 

51-50-123 



ROUND LAKE PARK - 5 
room, 1 bedroom houso. 
1.5 car garago. 1/2 block to 
take. Available immediately, 
$450 per month. (312)359- 
0800. 

51-49-98 

WAUCONDA IN-TOWN 
- 3 bedroom, 2 bath house, 
$750 per month. Available 
Dec. 1, 1988. No pots. 
Security deposit required. 
(312)526-5000. 
51-49-99 

WAUCONDA • 2 bedroom 
house with attached heated 
2-car garago. Completely 
renovated, like now. • No 
pots, $595 per month plus 
utilities, security deposit. 
(312)526-5000. (312)526- 
3095. 

51-49-100 

ROUND LAKE PARK - 
Beautiful 2 bedroom homo 
with living room, dining and 
don, 2 car garage. In best 
area of town. $495 por 
month, first/last month plus 
securi^ deposit. Option to 
buy. (312)583-4972. 
51-49-28 



ROUND UKE BEACH - 
Townhouse for trade or 
sale. Rent with option .to 
buy. (312)520-0427. 

54-49-95 
A LAKELAND 
Newspaper's Classiliod ad 
can help you turn unwanted 
items into cash. To soil 
almost anything, just call our 
office. 

VERNON HILLS - 
Wostwood Birch 2 bodroom 
townhouse. 1.5 baths, 
basement, garago. Priced 
for quick sale. $75,500. 
(312)367-1902. 

54-49-121. 



EXPANDO HOME - 1977 
Marshfield, 3 bedrooms, 
sunken living room, family 
room, 1.5 balhs, alt appli- 
ances, central air. $23,900 
negotiable. For information 
(312)244-7484. 

55-49-60 



HomoiWwited 52 



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TOWNHOME 

3 bedroom, 1 1/2 
bath Townhome with 
fireplace for rent. 1 
car garage. Appli- 
ances included. 
Countryside Hills 
Subdivision, Round 
Lake Beach, IL Con- 
tact Linda or Sue, 
(312) 359-3113. 
Available December. 



MOBILE HOMES 
FOR SALE 

Hamar7V1tag«.Waueonda.L 

AdJl MoUi Horn* Horn* ComiTW«r 

)QnOTMrudytariMiv«nr. 

M bedroom, 1 bath 

starting at "28,400 

*2bedroonis,2baths 

In low forties 

Opon7daysaweok. 

10a.m.-4p.m. 



1(312)526-5000 



ZION • Bachelor's 
furnished efficiency, except 
electric. Ready 12/15, 
$300 per month, $300 
deposit. (312)746-2014. 
56-49-23 

LAKE VILLA • Deluxe 2 
bedroom, large kitchen, 
hardwood floors In bed- 
rooms, air conditioning, 
beach rights. $550 .per 
month, heat included. 
(312)356-5479. 

56-49-9.6 




STORAGE FOR 

BOAT/CAR/CAMPER - 

Inside or outside. (312)678- 
.7778.(414)878-4341. 

70-50-102 



Loti/Acreoge/ 
Farms 



59 



Apartments 
for Rent 



56 



WANTED TO 

BUY 
Small house 

in Island 

Lake and 

vicinity. 

Could be 

Handyman's 

Special. 

(312)428-0900 



Mobile Homes 55 



Home Builders 53 



QUALin HOMES 

by 

Paul Zasadil 

Specializing In 

Masonry 

•Custom Frrepliiccs 
• Residentlar 
■Commercial 
•Rcitofatton 

{312)566-4724 



14x70 MOBILE HOME - 
With 7x24 expando, 3 
bedrooms, 1 bath, all 
appliances. $19,500 or 
best (312)623-0475. 

55-49-76 
14x48 MOBILE HOME - 
With vaulted coiling, 1 
bedroom, includes 
appliances, air conditioner, 
curtains and blinds, washer 
and dryer and utility shod. 
Located in Chain Olakes 
Mobile Home Park, 
Grayslake. Must solll 
$16,900 or best oHer. Call 
Mike or Connie (312)546- 
8389 evenings or. 
weekends. 

55-50-35 



LAKE VILLA - Large- 1 
and 2 bedroom apartments, 
$460 and $575 per month. 
Heat, water and air 
provided. (312)356-5474. 
56-49-33 

2 BEDROOM 

Unfurnished apartment, 
$375 per month plus $375. 
security deposit Tenant 
pays electric. Month-to- 
month lease. (312)872- 
0952. 5 p.m.-7 p.m. 
56-50-112 



VACANT LAND 

WANTED - All sizes, to 
buy. (312)381-2593. 
59-53-32 

LAKE CARROLL - 

Vacation or retirement lot 
(312)356-9688. 

59-49-124 

WONDER LAKE - 

50x150 vacant lot, wooded, 
city water, perked, $7400. 
(312)351-0225 after 4:30 

p.m. 

59-50-62 

TAKE OVER 5 ACRE 

PARADISE - Beautiful 
area. No down, no 
qualifying. $59 per month. 
Owner financing. Call NOW 
(214)248-1900. 

59-49-24 



Every weed, we hart a special 
spot in our newspaper that's 
eiactly ritht for that item you 
want to sell. II you tell us to 
run an ad for a car you no 
longer need, we place it in our 
CARS FOR SALE classification 
(No.80). Want to buy or sell a 
horse? Your ad goes in 
classilication No. 42. 

Why do we do it this way? 
Iteant K's ■aiiw ftr Mf 
raatfira (fwr ontMirt) t« 
fM yHT •<. No Ions search, 
no missiriE your sailtnat ad 
because it's miied in with rum- 
mage sales. 

The next time you want to 
turn a no-longer needed item 
into cash, give this paper a try. 
You'll be In the right place. 



BcMti/Motors/ 
Etc 




JON BOATS/BASS 
BOATS "• Firsts and 
seconds. 48 in stock. All 
mustgol (414)534-5254. 
72-51-32 



THIS WEEK'S 



V. HOROSC OPE ;V 

PV CAI nMC =^^^ 

Wifkly 'lip: UclH:in»n ulKmiids; il's time to clciui the mr. 

Ariw (Mar. 21.Apr lU) Mliis is llw tunc wlicn ll»e w«; Anes 
rams get their ^Tcatest bolKlay mspirations. Don L gcL 
discouragod by delrncl^rs wiio don t have good sense. 

Taurus iAnr. 20-May 20) Your lovo of I^-'^l^t^S^v /rTlum 
iiilo siluafions wlicrv you don L know which way o I rn. 
Ilctlvr, tJicii. to luni d*iwn soiim? bids. JMiJoy >ourM.li. 

Ccinin! (May 2lJune 21)) Yiui'li have n lot to '»" this pnj. 
holiday liiiio. so don'L fret over smaU '""loyanct-a that crop 
up. Use your double nature at boiuc and at llie ollice. 

Cancer (June 21.JuI 201 You may licar soinc^O:Pl;c c^^^^^^^ 
nicnLs from Wgber-ups. 'I'ake sUHjtiiwn^ at face ydi « dw t 
attempt to rcSd anylliing into them. Spend tune at home. 

I^ (Jul 2I.AUB. 221 Althouglabe P"^>^«>«l"y fi*^!ii'^± 
voii with a lot more to do. don't let yourself get boxed uito 
a comer. Allow tune to relax with fncnds. 

Virgn tAn«. 2:i.-S.-nl, 221 You don't lhii»k you l^'y-; <i{'": 
In |.lan a holiday trip? 'Iliink agniii. I»ynu.si« yiinv 1^';^ »> 



TRAILER 

Between Eau Claire 
and Lacrosse. 14x80 
trailer. 3 bedrooms. 2 
full baths. 16x23 deck, 
plus add-a-room. 
Wood Furnace in own 
self structure, gas 
heat, solar heal, 
fireplace. 2 car 
garage. Utility shed 
with root cellar. On '/i 
acre. 

Winter & Summer 
Haven! 

Only 

$19,995. 

Calh (715) 694-2336 
After 5:30 pm 



UKE BLUFF - Large 2 
bedroom apartment. 
Carpeting, appliances, air 
conditioning and balcony. 
Laundry facilities. Pool and 
cabana. $575 per month, 
heal included. (312)615- 
0363. 

56-49-98 

VACATION VILLAGE -6 
condos for rent. (4) 2- 
bodroom units, $475 per 
month plus utilities; (2) 1- 
bedroom units, $390 per 
month plus utihties. 
Guarded gale, pool, tennis 
courts, access to Chain 
O'Lakes and snowmobile 
trails, (815)385-6406. 
56-49-111 



GURNEE 

NOW OPEN 



Pembrook 
IClub.. . , 



WISCONSIN 

Beautiful 5 acres 
near several terrific 
fishing lakes. Ex- 
cellent hunting. 5 
hour drive. Must 
sell. ^75, full price 
of terms. 

OGDEN CORP. 
(312)986-1543 




3600 LB. SHORE 
STATION . $700. Also 24* 
Atlas pier. $400. (312)587- 
8580. (312)343-8413. 
72-49-101 

EVINRUDE 

OUTBOARDS - New 
Evinrudo outboards and 
trolling motors. In box, 1988 
and 1989 models. Dealer 
invoice, 100% financing 
available. GBM SALES, 5 
days, 8 am. - 5 p.m. 
72-49-8 



CANOE - $ 1 70. 

Paddleboat, $300. Utility 
trailer. $280. (414)878- 

4341. 

72-49-34 

MARKETPLACE for 

smart shoppers, that's 
Lakeland Classified. 

LIQUIDATION - Have 
purchased 65 Mercury and 
Nissan outboards, CHEAP! 
Save to 40%. WOODLAND 
PIER 1 (414)534-5264. 
72-51-33 

19* ARISTOCRAFT - 

120 h.p. I/O. trailer. Must 
go, $2000 or trade for 
comparable value, 
(312)546-8958. 
72-49-36 

27' SILVERTON - 1973 

sedan cruiser. 10 foot beam 
318 Chrysler, V-drive head, 
fresh water system, trim 
tabs, swim deck on car 
hauler trailer. $4000. 
(312)587-6463. 

72-4 9-151 

Sports Equipment 75 

CHILDREN'S SKIS - 

Rossignol 140*s. Nordica 
boots, bindings, poles. 
$130. (312)623-9211. 
75-49-19 



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CHILDS XC SKI 
BOOTS - 75 mm, size 13, 
(2) pair, worn 3 times, $10 
each. (312)566-5815 
evenings. 

75-49-131 

DP ULTRA FITNESS 
SYSTEM - With free 
standing frame. $500 or 
best offer. Ask for John 
(312)680-0585. 

75-49-47 



THEBESTOFBOTTIWORUJS:.. 

Ref rcitioniJ Uving al 

PLMBROOK CLUB ... Just 

Uinulrs lo Evrrjlhing Die! 

12 MroomUniU- 
FuAy Applunccd KiUbcni 

Wisher A Drjtf in Apl. 
Mini Blindi / VerlicaU 

COU.fTRtCUJB • OuMiouM 
UUNG * SMitnmlng Pool 
• Tennii 
Eiil I M (Grand Aft. • Cast) lo Lawion 
HIDMfKi 1 (312) 6620420 g^ 



Put a lake in your life! 



BUILDABLE 

LOT FOR 

SALE 

Unincorporated 
Lake Villa 65x145, 
Stubbed For Sewer 
& Water, Mature 
Oaks, Across From 
Forest Preserve, 
Rights to Chain 
Olakes. 

M 6,500 

Call 587-2023 

BuiiiMU Property ^i 
for R«nt ^ ■ 



ROUND LAKE - Office for 

rent, good for professional. 
Available now. (312)678- 

5807. 

61-49-84 




1967 LeMANS - Rolling 
frame and body shell. $100 
or best offer. 1980Malibu 
station wagon, V-8. 
automatic. $1000 or best 
offer. (312)526-3969 after 
7 p.m. 

80-50-38 



MERCURY LYNX- 1984, 
$3000 or best offer. Honda 
Big Red. $1200 or best 
offer. 16.5 Goodyear tires 
on 10" chrome wheels, best 
offer. (312)498-1739. 
80-49-51 



• CROSSWORD PUZZLE * 






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going U) Ik; packing a l.iig shorUy. Ut-stTve your fnurgic-.s. y v qtJ^^ 

IJbrn (Sc'pl. 23-OcL 221 Kcchcck your (^nfl-giving Ust SicTis 

check your reccipU; you could be tjikcn to the cleaners. 

ScoqHu (Oct. 23.N0V. 21) 'riiis is still a soi»cwhnt confu^ 
ing period for. many Scorpions. Before >*»". ^^P^/' ^ 
assumed tliat tilings are slraightenmg ouL Ue spunk>. 

Sngitlnrius (Nov. ZZ-Dec. 211 FmuUy re>n\;9"slmi\"l^* 
ci'piionally strong. Kxpect to hear from km you avcnt 
heard from in yeiSs. 013 feuds are almost totally forgotten. 



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NIWINDUSniAL SPACE 

Fountain Hud IndusUial Piik at 
RL12 eipiKSwK in Richmond witli 
eipiKtwi} eitension rxn* undef 
construction in Wisconsin via RUSO 
to 94/294! Units 2400 ^. It i up. 
oveiliud door, dak. & mote. 

LAND HANAGEMEHT (815) 678-43U 



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Aquarius (Jan. 20Feb. 181 For once »" >'o" .^f^-J^ °^ V," 
do all the phuuiing and rushing around. ). «" ^^ ^^/"^ T 
right Uj gi to parties as a valued gucsL '1 ake tmic to rtsi. 

several invitations to Join n the s^iiJ swun JouMmU en 
joy. You'U meet new fnends and refresh old acquamtances. 

If you were bom this week, you are one wjto is prone^Lo 

nuiing hnpluizard decisions with *onfi't*"",.S^,SiSs'^^^^ 
cenlraTo on evaluating work .and l^f fSO|ml rela loitsU^^^^^ 
Ixifotv making jx*n""~"' ""•^:"t*"'^n»-i with anyone. louu 
do well to pour yc 
fmnily, since tnia 
dramatic swings. 
©1988, McNought Synd- 

FrldQy.D«c*mbw2.196a 



BRAND NEW LUXURY APARTMENTS! 

These one and two bedroom lakeside apartments 
' have their own sparkling beach 
and all the amenities 

• Boat launching ramp • Vaulled ceilings 

• Private pier • Pa«los or balconies 

• Microwave ovens • Dishwashers 

• Washers & dryers • Convenient location 

One month's free rent until 
the end of December! 

Water's Edge Apartments 

705Wll«'«EdatD*l«,L«litVIIU.IL (312) OM-OMO 
On noulo 132 (Grand Avenue) just east ol nouto 83 

nl Uio south shore ot Deep take 
PiolCMionally managed by Management Realty Pnrtncra 



• • 



1. Seize suddenly 
I) llc.ivciily Iwdy 
*J, liiial 

12. Calm 

13 Corn— ;bicad 

14. Recipe abbr., 

15. Mental image 

16. Racetracks term 
(2 Wds.) 

18. Next lo 

20. Andoltiei5(tat. 
abbr.) 

21. Not any 

23. Act component 
26. Nonnieniber 

30. Gicek porlico 

31. I'miipass Uir 

32. Mali loiigg 
pieces 

34. Type measures 

35. Filteenlh of 
March, in Rome 

37. Lowered in 
social status 
irr.l 

39. Nottti Pole 
resident 

41. Ouililinp 
covering 

42. Assistant 

44. Disease -carry ing 
insects 



48 Envy 

bl GriTklntler 

t)2 Siiininet cuiiler 

53. Sly glance 

54. Tony's queen ol 
the Nile 

55. Neither 

56. Playing card 

57. Anagram lor 
sear 



DOWN 

1. riippant 

2. Discourteous 

3 Piih hrrws 

4 lidlaim!d suies 

5 Very floo'l 
(Colloq.) 

6. Also 

7. Wile ol Henry 
VIII 

8. Regiments 
(Abbr.) 

g, Olympics 

participants 
to. Drit. mililary 

service award 

(Abbr.) 
11. Department 

(Abbr.l 



17. riuidlillcd 

pouches 
lU. Uhr.oletc Uutcti 

coin 
22. Fisherman 

24. Names, in 
France 

25. Lessen 

26. Ending for osm 
or neur 

27 Govl. agency 

28. Person between 
12 and 20 

29. Comeback 
33. Blackthorn's 

Iruit 
36. Aqilatc slighlly- 
38. Second largest 

cnnlmenl 
40' Mature 
43. River 

45. Underground 
mammal 

46. Brain 
canal-passage 

47. Ancient temple 

48. Foibid 

49. South Nigerian 
people 

50. EKCIamalion ol 
wonder |SI.] 



Horse Barns, 

Riding-Arenas, 

Storage & Commercal 

Buildings 

And Fencing. 

15 Years Experience 

Call Fred Doane at 

1414)728-9006 

Doane 

Brothtrs 

Construction 




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FORD COMET - 1974. 4 
door, solid ongine, new 
wiring. Good heater and air 
conditioning. $800. 

(312)223-3160 after 6 p.m. 
80-49-81 

CHEVY CAMARO - 

1984, air, power sloering, 
automatic. Southern car. 
S3500 firm. (312)497- 
3757. (312)587-7827 alter 
6 p.m. 

80-49-96 

BUYERS AND sellers 
come together every week 
in Lakeland Classified. 
(312)223-8161 

PONTIAC GRAND AM - 

1966. lots of extras. 
Excellent condition. $7500 
or best. Ask for Vickie 
(312)395-2543. 
80-49-49 

BMW 52ae • 1965, 
automatic, leather, sunroof. 
37.000 miles. Like new, 2 
years left on warranty, 
$16,000. (312)526-2420. 
80-50-50 

FORD-THUNDERBIRD - 

Power steering, CB, 
AM/FM, cruise control. 
Needs transmission repair. 
$750. (312)740-0286. 
80-50-39 

DODGE DAYTONA - 

1986 Turbo Z, hot red. fully 
loaded, ultra clean, $7800. 
(312)662-0724. 

80-51-162 

NEED 
TRANSPORTATION? ■ 

1964 Lincoln Continental, 
tittle rust, 4 door, all power 
and air, under 59.000 
original miles, $1995. 
(312)382-5911. 
80-49-48 

MERCURY MARQUIS - 

1976. power windows, 
power steering. $300. 
(312)587-9278. 

80-49-103 

FORD LTD WAGON - 

1984. 6 cylinder. 3.8 
engine, beige, no rust. 
Very good condition, must 
sell, S2700. (312)526- 
7847. 

80-49-104 

PONTIAC SUNBIRD SE 
- 1987, black with grey 
interior. 2 door, automatic, 
air. AM/FM cassette. Great 
condition, asking S8000. 
Must selll {312)223-7700 
exL 27 days. (815)459- 
4360 evenings. 

80-49-102 



FORD LTD WAGON - 

1978, $500 or best offer. 
(312)680-5475 evenings. 
80-49-81 

BUICK LeSABRE - 

1981, 4 door. 350 c.i. 
engine, power steering, 
power brakes, power 
windows, air conditioning, 
tilt. Excellent condition, 
S2750 or best. (312)587- 
5552. 

80-49-152 

JEEP CHEROKEE - 
1986, 2 door, low miles, 
AM/FM stereo, power 
steering, power brakes, 4 
speed, immaculate shape, 
$11,000 or best offer. 
1973 front clip for EI Camino 
or Chevelle, $175 or best 
offer. (414)551-9360 
anytime. 

80-50-37 

CADILLAC SEVILLE • 

1986. 1 owner, low miles. 
Southern car. all options, 
extra clean, extended 
warranty, $15,900. 
(312)395-5438. 

80-50-80 

CHEVY LUV - 1980 
longbed. fair condition, 
$500 or offer. 1973 Buick 
Electra. runs good. 1970 
Marquis, rusty but good 
engine. Best offers. 
(312)587-4711 after 6 p.m. 
80-49-82 

CHEVY MALIBU ■ 1981 
station wagon, 52,000 
miles, air conditioning, no 
msL Very good condition. 
$2500. (312)497-4418. 
80-50-67 

PONTIAC GRAND PRIX 

LE - 1984, all power, air. 
cruise, tape. Must see, 
$4395. (312)541-4592 
evenings. 

80-50-68 

CADILLAC COUPE 
deVILLE - 1978. 90,000 
miles, good running and 
body, new brakes, exhaust, 
tires. $2500 or best offer. 
Jim (312)587-7176. 
80-50-69 

OPEL WAGON - 1975. 
fuel injected, many extras. 
Good winter car. (312)459- 
6756 evenings or 
weekends. 

80-50-70 

PLYMOUTH HORIZON - 

1981 Mizer. excellent 
condition, no rust or dents. 
■AM radio, 4 speed, $900. 
(312)587-2045 alter 10 
a.m. 

80-49-71 



CHEVY CHEVETTE - 

1981. loaded. $1200. 
(312)662-2707 evenings. 
80-49-68 

HONDA CIVIC - 1981 
hatchback. 5 speed. $2595 
or best offer. (312)223- 
3069. 

60-49-63 

LINCOLN TOWN CAR - 
1979, black, good 
condition, best offer. 
(312)356-8580. 

80-49-64 

CHEVY CAMARO Z28 - 

1972, solid body, clean, 
summer driven only, $3000. 
(312)546-6685. 

80-49-65 

SUBARU DL WAGON • 

1981, 4 wheel drive, parting 
out, motor, tires, etc. 
(312)587-01 14 after 6 p.m. 
and weekends. 

80-49-66 

BUY GOVT SEIZED & 
SURPLUS VEHICLES - 

From $100. Fords. Chovys, 
Corvettes, etc. in your area. 
For info call (602)842-1051 
ext 2168. 

80-51-25 

PONTIAC FIREBIRD - 

1979 Formula, 350 engine, 
loaded, excellent condition. 
One of a kindl Aluminum 
wheels, canvas cover, 
original owner, $5000 or 
best offer. (414)877-3851 
after 6:30 p.m. 

80-49-140 

CHEVY NOVA - 1986 
hatchback. 4 door, with air. 
Excellent condition, $5999. 
(312)587-8689. 

80-50-88 

1968 CORVETTE - 
$6000. 1978 Oldsmobile, 
70.000 miles, $1300. 
Original owners. (312)740- 
0273. (312)740-2553. 
80-50-89 

FORD ESCORT - 1982. 
good condition. $1200. 
(312)662-7996. 

80-49-90 

PORSCHE 914 . 1975 

Chalom, stored "6 years. 
Fresh 2.0 liter engine. Red 
with custom interior. Florida 
car, no rust. Call Ron 
(312)506-9442 after 5 p.m. 
80-49-31 

DATSUN 280Z - 1977, 
charcoal grey, chrome 
wheels, new tires, excellent 
shape inside and out. 
$4000 or best offer. Might 
trade for ??? (414)279- 
6084 after 4 p.m. 
80-49-114 



OLDS CUTLASS - 1986 
Ciora Brougham. Must sell, 
have baby. $6600 or best 
offer. (312)587-4081. 
80-49-113 

OLDS CUTLASS S - 
1972, rod. 350 automatic, 
air, power steering and 
brakes, now tiros. $3500. 
(312)395-3721. 

80-49-97 

DODGE OMNI - 1985. 4 . 
door, automatic, power 
steering and brakes, stereo. 
Excellent condition. $3500 
firm. (414)554-2340. 
80-50-115 

CADILLAC ELDORADO 
- 1974 convertible. 3 way 
black, groat condition. 
Asking $1800 or best. 
(312)787-4732. 

80-49-116 

PLYMOUTH RELIANT - 

1984. excellent condition, 
air. only 32,000 miles, 
$3900. (312)680-9775. 
80-49-117 

OLDS DELTA 88 - Want 
luxury at an affordable price? 
See this full size 1983 
model! Most goodies, 
average miles, good m.p.g., 
like new, $4900. (815)678- 
7961. 

80-50-85 

MAZDA GLC - 1985 
Deluxe 4 door sedan, 
automatic. AM/FM cassette, 
front wheel drive, rear fold 
down seats. Well 

maintained, clean. 46,000 
miles. $4200. (312)395- 
6868 alter 6 p.m. 
60-49-86 

CHEVY CAMARO • 
1977 coupe, $1000 or bost. 
1977 Buick LeSabre, 
$1000 or best (815)385- 
3081 after 6 p.m. 
' 80-49-87 

PLYMOUTH GRAND 
FURY - 1984, $800. 1985 
Iroc. fully loaded, rod. 
$10,200. Ask (or Bill 
•(312)526-3032. 

80-49-132 

NISSAN 300ZX - 1985 
2+2, leather interior, 
electronics package, t-tops. 
AM/FM cassette. Great 
condition, asking $12,000. 
(312)872-7611. 

80-49-77 

1935. FORD - 2 door slant 
back, original paint, no rust, 
flathead V-S, sounds good, 
hydraulic brakes. Needs 
restoring, $3200. 
(312)356-8730. 

80-49-40 



FORD LTD - 1985 wagon, 
loaded, $7850. (414)843- 
3505 alter 2 p.m. 
80-TF-28 

PLYMOUTH HORIZON - 
1981 TC3, $1500. 
(312)223-6443. 

80-49-64 

CHRYSLER NEWPORT 
- 1979, $500. 713 Dawes. 
LIbortyville. (312)362- 
8660. 

80-49-133 

PONTIAC TRANS AM - 

1984. excellent condition, 
new tiros/brakes, many 
extras. $8200 or offer. 
(312)256-5389 after 6 p.m. 
80-49-134 

PONTIAC 

BONNEVILLE - 1979. 
$1000 or best offer. 
(312)937-3318. (312)473- 
4367. 

80-49-135 



Cart Wonted 



82 



JUNK CARS & 
TRUCKS WANTED - 

Free removal. Same day 
service. (312)740-0273 or 
(312)740-2553. 

82-50-153 

Service & Parts 83 

(4) TIRES - Firestone steel 
belted radials P225-75R15. 
Excellent condition. $150. 
(312)364-5196. 

- 83-49-83 

FORD 302 ENGINES - 

Long blocks or short blocks, 
with warranty. (312)872- 
8945 after 4 p.m. 
83-49-52 

LINCOLN TOWN CAR - 
1977, 4 door, (or parts only, 
motor, transmission, etc. 
(312)473-5368 after 2 p.m. 
83-49-143 



Vans 



85 



CHEVY 20 VAN - 1983 
conversion model, fully 
loaded, mint condition. 
61.000 miles, $8000. 
(312)816-9239 after 5:30 

p.m. 

85-49-69 

21' STEP VAN . 1980, 
excellent condition, brand 
new motor and 
transmission. Perfect for 
construction or contractors 
use. $5500. (312)395- 
1387. 

85-50-119 



VW VAN - 1971. mns but 
still needs work. Bost offer. 
(312)546-1024. 

85-49-53 

VW BUS, • 1979, runs 
good, some rust. Now 
battery, tune-up, etc, 
$1800. (312)680-9775. 

Trucks/Trailers/ g^ 
Cargo Vans 

JEEP GOLDEN 

EAGLE- 1979. white/gold, 
hoavy duly hitch, fog lights, 
$4500. (312)362-3547. 
86-49-142 

FORD F-350 PICKUP - 
1967, runs groat. $550 or 
best offer. (312)546-1481 
alter 5 p.m. 

86-49-73 

CHEVY BLAZER - 1975. 
completely removable top, 
now transmission and 
radiator. $2700 firm. 
(312)356-3460. 

86-50-74 

3 PLACE TRAILER - 

Loland, with tie-down bars, 
spare tire. Excellent 
condition. $450. (312)437- 

3597. 

86-49-136 

DOD G E RAM 

CHARGER - 1981. 4x4. 
large tires, gold rims, black 
glass. No rust, excellent 
condition. $5500 or offer. 
(815)553-9557. 

86-49-145 

CHEVY BLAZER - 1974. 
4x4. 400 engine. 34.000 
miles. $1000. (312)623- 
0659 after 6 p.m. 
86-49-125 

FORD CREW CAB 
PICKUP - 1978. 400 
engine, power steering, 
power brakes, air, tilt. Body 
good, runs well, $950. 
(312)356-2528 after 6 p.m. 
86-49-126 

CHEVY SUBURBAN 

4x4 - 1980 Scottsdale. 
350 engine, 1/2 ton. power 
steering, power brakes, 
automatic, AM/FM cassette. 
Draw Tito hitch. Runs groat, 
$3500. (312)587-1303 
after 8 p.m. 

86-50-127 

1 TON DIESEL TRUCK 
- 1987, 6.2 liter, 4 speed, 
dual wheels, utility box. air, 
AM/FM cassette, sliding rear 
window. Like new, must 
sell, 50.000 miles. $12,500 
or best. Ask for Paul 
(312)587-6952 after 6 p.m. 
86-50-72 



or Trucks/Trailers/ OX 

^^ CorgoVoM 

GMC TOW TRUCK - 

1968, $2000. (312)740- 
0273. 

86-50-91 

CHEVY SUBURBAN - 
1979, 4x4, C-20 3/4 ton, 
Scottsdale trim, automatic, 
air, cruise, velour bench 
seats. $4200 or bost. 
(815)459-7308.. (815)467- 

4266. 

86-50-60 

Heavy Equipment 87 

1977 BOBCAT - With 
bucket and fork lift. 1984 tilt 
trailer. $7000 or best offer. 
(312)546-1071 after 5 p.m. 
87-49-41 

INTERNATIONAL 2050 
- 1976. 6-whooler dump, 5 
speed with 3 speed. Good 
condition, $4500 or best. 
(815)385-6441. 

87-50-92 

INTERNATIONAL 

1968 stake bod & flat bed. 
many extras, $3200 & 
$2700. FORD DUMP 
TRUCK - 1972. 5 yard, was 
$4400. reduced to sell 
$3700. CHEVY C-60 
TRUCK - 1974. 22 It. box 
with hydraulic tailgate, new 
generator, motor, engine, 
was $8400. now $6600. 
Must selll (312)639-8324. 
87-49-137 



Motorcycles 



88 



SUZUKI GS-1100-L - 
1963, 2700 miles. Must sell, 
$2000 or best. (312)546- 
7296. 

88-49-54 

1985 VF100R 

Immaculate. 1983 CBIOOO 
Custom. 1987 KX125, 
extras. Best offer. 
(312)356-0387 after 6 p.m. 
88-49-105 

HARLEY STUFF - We 
fiavo H.D. Christmas gifts 
and stocking stuffors for 
your favorite biker. 10% off 
all parts and service with ad 
in December. VEE TWIN 
CYCLE, Mundelein 
(312)566-4626. 

88-50-154 

Wonted to Buy 89 

JUNK CARS & 
TRUCKS WANTED - Will 
buy most. (312)740-0273 
or (312)740-2553. 
89-50-155 




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WANTED 
JUNK 
CARS 

Pay In Cash 
(312) 356-0505 



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SPACE AVAILABLE 

Call now to reserve your storage space 
Ryder Truck rental also available 

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Practice Limited to: 

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with a personal 

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(312) 356-9026 



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An Inwifaflon Prom 

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PrBsbyforlan 

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Rev. Lisle Kaulfmon, Pastor 

COME WORSHIP WITH US 




9:30 & 11:00 a.m. 
9:30 a.m. 



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510 CEDAR LAKE ROUND LAKE 

(312)54«4444 




OFFERING COMPLHE ROOFING SERICCS 

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CALL TODAY FOR FREE CONSULTATION 

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Relieve back poln. injum, neck 
pain and heodaches. Reduce 
stress and tight muscles. 

Dr. Julia R. Boncroft O.N. 
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(312)526-9248 



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FOREIGN CAR SPECIAUSTS 



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(312)526-6820 





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Direct Access To 
Forest Presenfe Trails 
Stalls Available Now! 

Large indoor, new outdoor Polo ring, Club 
room, turn outs. Lots ol T.LC. 
Englisti and Western welcome 

Call lot inlwmation ttf «dint our Polo Club Mitche 

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While it lasts!! 

Call for quotes 

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DRAKES OFFICE SUPPLY 
A Division of Fox Lake Office 

Supply Serving Lake & 

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years. Office furniture & 

supplies. Commerical 

discounts. Free delivery 

available. 

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(312)223-4433 



Complete RV Parts & Service Department 



HEATING & 
COOLING 

LENNm 

•ENERGY EFFICIENT 
BOILERS & FURNACES 

'AIR CLEANERS & 
HUMIDIFIERS 

'WATER HEATERS 

(312)526-6286 

(815)450-2300 

FALL CLEANING SERIVCE 
Serving Your Community 

.•is SALES-SERVICE 

'A^ An Indepsnctont 

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— — For 25 Years 

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SUNDAY MORNING WORSHIP: 9:30 A.M. 

Church Life, More Than A 
Spectator Sport: 

Joining The Clan: Fellowship 

SUNDAY EVENING SERVICE: 6:00 P.M. 

Missionary Evening: 

Chris and Jane Palacas, Medical 

Missionaries to Uganda 

(Nursery and Children's Church provided) 

MID-WEEK HOME BIBLE STUDY GROUPS 

DONALD SWEETING, PASTOR 



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walerproofmg-Drain Tile 

Installed 

24 Hour Emergency 
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feoMng: 

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'Pierre Cardin 

'Bill Blass 

Wedding & Group Package 
136 Center St.. Grayslake 

(312)223-0004 




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Remodeling 




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Bathrooms 
Kitchens 
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Carpentry 
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Phone: 



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Kitchens *Baths 'Paneling 

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(312) 740-2693 



4aue Q clean home for 
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Extremely Reliable 



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HOUS€ M€ND€RS 

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Home Impiovcmcnl Speciolisls 



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Windows 

'General Carpentry 

(312)546-5221 



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UNDSCAPE CONTIIACTOR 

SNOWPLOWING 
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(414)857-2488 

Bristol, Wisconsin 



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10% Discount for Senior 

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Hunt Club Rd. 
(414)857-7090 



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Appliance 

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•Laundry 
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20 Years Kenmore 
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815-675-2552 





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•Painting Ind Wallpapering 
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Decks S Additions ■ 

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Some like, dislike new garbage plan 



Lindcnhurst, on the other hand, seems 
10 ihink thai whatever the agency does and 
savs is acceptable. Trustee Jeff Lind is 
ihc community representative of the 
agency, which represents some 26 Lake 
County communities. 

Lincolnshire officials wrote to these 
and other municipalities asking them to 
join in asking for minimum standards. 
Some have. Others, like Lindcnhurst, 



Lincolnshire doesn't like some of the 
criteria of the Lake County Solid Waste 
Planning Agency for new methods of 
waste disposal by the year 2000, 

Officials of that community have raised 
questions about the lack of minimum 
standards in the criteria for selection of 
waste sites in proximity to water wells, 
schools and hospitals. Suggested is a 
minimum buffer of 1 ,600 feet 



Receipts for trees necessary 

Deer hunters and other evergreen trees for will be out checking 

outdoors lovers who take to Christmas trees, the State hunters are also authorized 

ihc woods this season of Wisconsin docs not sell lo issue citations for 

planning to leave with a Christmas trees and illegally cutting trees, 

freshly cut Christmas tree prohibits diecuuing of live Meyer said, 

had better be ready to trees on all slate-owned Anyone who has paid for 

provide a receipt or other lands, including forests, cutting a tree on national, 

proof of purchase for the parks and public hunting county or private forest 

ircc. grounds. 

Earl Meyer with the Wis. "Anyone cutting a u-ec 

Dcpt. of Natural Resources on stale land, or any land 

Bureau of Forestry reminds without the consent of the 

Christmas tree cutters that landowner, could face up to 



land. Meyer recommends 
that they have written 
receipt for the tree with 
them while removing it 
from the woods and 



"every tree growing out 
there belongs to someone." 
And while the U.S. 
Forestry Service, some 
county foresuy agencies and 
some private landowners arc 
willing to sell live 



a S260 fine and still not get transporting it. 
the tree," Meyer cautioned, 
adding "it's not really in the 
spirit of Christmas lo 
celebrate with a stolen uce." 
DNR forest rangers and 
conservation wardens who 



For more information 
contact Earl Meyer 
(608)267-7508. 



have taken a "wait and see" attitude. He 
said 16 criteria will be used to select a 
site, whether for an incinerator, landfill or 
combination of the two. 

"We have consultants," Lind said in 
asking the board to take a "go slow" ap- 
proach in support of Lindcnhurst. Al- 
though some trustees agree with Lin- 
colnshire's' concern, Lind asked no action 
be taken prior to the agency's Friday, Dec. 
9, meeting. He hinted it might prejudice 



any decision. "We haven't reviewed the 
letter," Lind said of no meeting by the 
agency since the Lincolnshire letter was 
mailed. 

Following the meeting he will give a 
report. If other uustccs have their say, 
some action may be taken. They want to 
do this so their silence will not be 
considered as an endorsement of the 
. agency's actions and lack of support for 
Lincolnshire. 



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Fast, Atfordable, Quality Printing 

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Hours: Monday thru Friday 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 



Choir performs 

The College of Lake County Wind 
Ensemble and Choir of Lake County will 
join forces to perform music of the season 
in their annual Holiday Concert on 
Sunday, Dec. 4 at 3:30 p.m. in the main 
campus Auditorium. The event is free and 
open lo the public. For more 
information, call the communication arts 
division at (312)223-6601 cxl. 550. 




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FROM THE OFFICE OF 
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In Raynaud's disease, named for the French 

lysician who first discovered it. blood vessels 
l)(.'come progressively narrowftr. interfering 
with circulation, and eventually loading to 
serious tissue changes. 

In the beginning, thera is slight swelling, a 
lingly feeling, and the feet may perspire more 
than usual, 'rhe skin may begin lo change color. 
As the disease progresses, the skin at the tips of 
tlie toes may begin to break down. 

When you firs! notice such symptoms, it's im- 
portant to schedule a podiatnc examination as 
soon as possible. Non-surgical treatment is often 
effective. However, in serious cases, surgery 
may be required to restore circulation and 
relieve pain. 



Presented la the Interest 
of better foot eare bjr 



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41380 N. Highway 83 
Antioch 

(312)395>0627 

24 HOUR ANSWERING SERVICE 



Friday, Dtc«mb«r 2, 19SS *> . 




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Are you paying off a sizeable loan and not 
deducting the interest? Q Q 

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can do more for your money. Like giving you a free checking account with no minimum balance 
and no service charge. Or a Fixed Rate Home Equity Loan that allows you to bom)W against the 
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ARTS AND CRAFTS 



Victory 
to hold 
craft fest 





Over 30 talented craftcrs 
from throughout northern 
Illinois and southern 
Wisconsin will display their 
work at the Victory Lakes 
First Annual Arts and 
Crafts show. 

The giant craft show is 
scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 
3. from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 
the Victory Lakes Continu- 
ing Care Center. 1055 East 
Grand Ave.. LindenhursL 

Grafters will exhibit a 
wide variety of quality craft 
items including ceramics, 
tole painting, woodwork- 
ing, cabinets, frames, 
afghans, stained glass, jew- 
elry, floral items, dolls, 
clocks, pottery, ornaments 
and decorations. In addition 
to the craft sale, the center 
plans to give prizes away 

and have a bake sale, Lun- connie Muckelburg shows off one of her doll collection she displayed at Arts and 
cheon will be available for a Crafts show at Lake County Fairgrounds in Grayslake. Muckelburg's dolls all have 
small fee. one thing in common, as they can play vartous songs. Arts and crafts show was 

sponsored by Lake County Promottons.-Photo by Steve Peterson. 



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SINGER COMPANY 

PRESENTS 

KNIT A MERRY CHRISTMAS 

AT 

Andrews 

• M. COMPANY 

Seminar prices on all 
machines, pattern & yam 

Come see how fun & fast knitting can be! 

Call to reserve your spot 

1807 Grand, Waukegan 

249-0878 




COUNTRY GARDENS 

GREENHOUSE 
AND FLORAL SHOP 



(312)356-2033 

Fresh (^Christmas Trees 
WreathsrHbsorted ^s 

Poinsettias 



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Sat. & Sun. 8 a.m.- 6 p.m. 

Corner Of Rt. 45 & 132 Lake Villa. IL 




Large Varieties 

•Nylon Kites 

•Stunters 

• lOO's Of Wind Socks 

•Air Toys 

910 Glen Flora ^^^ .p . ^^^^ ^^ .^^qO p.fn. 
Waukegan . ^^^ 9.30 Q.m..5.30 p.fn. 

Sundays Closed 

662-4741 



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Greenhouses %^ 

24296 W. Town Line Rd. 
p Lake ViUa, II. 395-3995 

^ East of 59 on Grass Lake Rd. 

All Plants Are Grown 
In Our Greenhouse 



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Shoes, Bags, Toys, Collectibles "Treasured" Jewelry 




(312) 395-6050 
402 Lake St.-Antioch, IL 




Collcclibles/AnliquGS 
400 W. Lake Street 
Antiocti. IL 60002 

Uadro's - Crystal • Miniatures - Van Briggle - Oak 
Printer's Boxes • Jeweiry - Kitchen Items - Regal China 

5 Picasso Prints, Linens, Stained glass panels, Tons of glassware. 

Hoosier Cabinets, Jewel7, Oriental Carpets, Toys, Knic Knacks, 

Vintage Clothing, Colls. Furniture, Collector Plates & so much morel 

4,000 sq. ft. with over 50,000 items 
NEW ITEMS DAILY 

Come On In! 

Tues.-Sun. 10.-00-5:00 Fri. 10:00-7:00 
Closed Mon. 

MICKEY FISCHER 

(312) 395-8800 





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390 Lake St., Antioch 



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Country. Viclorian and Traditional gift ideas and accents for your home 
(across from Johnson Jewelry) 

GRAND OPENING 

Dcc.8.9&10-Thurs..Fri.,SaL 
FREE gift & refreshPDents 

(312) 395-7331 



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GoodhQort-Wilcox Co., $773.85; Goodman WosI Eloclric $5,914.50' Gorbo Inc 
$32,557.49; Gottlieb & Schwartz, $7,372.52; Graingor Inc.. $572.93; Guidance 
Associatos, $1,295.90. 

H.O.D.. $5,939.50; H.M.O. Groat Lakos, $602.28; H.M.O. Illinois. $27,735 80; Halo/s 
Cloanors, $2,581.73; Hanson Assoc. $1,290.00; Harcourt Braco Jovanovich 
$2,017.35; Andy Harinngor. $1,129.50; Hartgrovo Hospital, $1,846.00; Haydon's Sport 
Contor, $26,988.78; Hortf Jonos, $1,520.05; Hill Behan Lumber Co., $2,998.88; HMO 
Groat Lakos. $20,404.94; Holiday Film Corp.. $2,156.94; Honoywell Inc-BSD 
$7,112.52; Hooks Lumber Co., $5,669.49; Horace Mann, $43,776.67; Horaco Mann 
Educators, $14,703.00; Houghton-Mildin Co., $11,162.10; HRW/Saundors, $1,801.51; 
John Harnagol, $540.00; IDS Lifo Insurance Co.. $2,205.00; lEA Credit Union, 
$45,915.47; IWM Corp.. $719.80; Illinois Assoc, of School Boards, $2,928.50; Illinois 
Municipal Rot. Fund, $4,690.41; III. Vision Service Plan, $6,723.90; Illinois Boll 
Telephone. $16,455.77; Illinois Mun. Rot. Fund. $165,603.13; Illinois Principals Assoc. 
$593.50; Illinois Stale Board of Ed„ $1,185.58; Industrial Appraisal Co.. $3,680.00; 
Industrial Towel/Uniform, $7,863.58; Insurance Risk Managers. $3,036.00; Internal 
Rovonuo Service, $1,298.97; Interstate Electric, $2,411.19; Interventions/Contact, 
$520.00; J & L Industrial Supply, $1,302.45; Jays Foods Inc., $1,317.78; JDR 
Microdevicos, $770.30; Jewel Foods Inc., $3,830.60; Johnson Burner Service. 
$1,894.45; Dwight Jordan. $500.00; Joseph Kennedy Jr. School. $6,217.35; Josten's, 
$2,000.00; JTL Forms, $794.38; Jugs Inc.. $1,433.68; Kelvin Electronic Inc.. $800.70; 
Kemper Group Tnjsts. $1,027.35; Kemper Invest. Life Ins.. $56,384.19; Knickerbocker 
Partition Corp., $979.00; Kranz Inc., $6,304.18; Kuehn Heating. $2,882.00; Lad Lake, 
$30,512.32; Lake County Area Vocational Center, $2,034.00; Lakeland Publ. Inc., 
$659.56; Ukes Co., $568.92; Lakeshore Curr. Co., $1,637.57; Latta & Sons, 
$6,645.46; Lawfion Products Inc., $8,253.97; LCAVC, $111,461.80; LCESC, 
$2,263.25; LCESR, $11,933.46; Leach Enterprises. $2,027,13; Liberty Mutual Ins., 
$35,812.00; Libortyville H.S., $500.00; Libertyville Sewing Center. $515.00; Lincoln 
Trust Co., $900.00; Lyons-Ryan Ford, $2,072.39. 

M C Sport Systems Inc.. $51,759.00; Main Line Book Co., $892.06; Phillip Majur. 
$554.88; McDougal Littell Co.. $10,820.11; McGraw Hill Book Co.. $4,714.15; McGraw 
Hill Book Co., $594.37; Jack McCullough, $2,630,00; Merill PuW., $1,074.19; Metrocom 
Sen/., $1,823.60; Loe Miouro (Assignment Chrmn.). $3,288,25; Milburn Cain & Co., 
$4,400.0^; Miller-Armstrong Costumes. $1,686,00; Motorola Inc.. $1,096.00; Mueller 
Food Service, $6,886.86; Mundeloin H.S., $91o.81; Music Theatre International, 
$875.00; Mutual Truck Parts, $659.81; NAEIR. $887.98; NASCO. $587.94; Nat's 
School Board Assn.. $596.00; Nat'l Science Teachers Assoc., $1,024.00; Nat. Assoc. 
Sec. School Prih.. $660.25; National Plumbing & Heating, $3,027.84; National School 



Bus Service, J3M^7.82; National School Towel, $18,036.82; Now Procoss Baking 
Co., $4,768.76; North Chicago Lumber Co., $583.28; North Shore Office Machine, 
$13,393.53; North Suburban Conference, $1,927.00; North Town Refrigeration. 
$1,037.62; North West Drapery, $5,906.00; Northern Illinois Gas Co.. $63,119.76; 
Northwest Suburban Rim Coop, $3,428.00; O.G. Glass Co., $3,285.70; Olds Seed Co.. 
$1.1 13.60; Olson Oil Co., $20,540.23; Opportunities for Learning. $604.06; Palmer Co. 
Inc., $714.62; Park Coffee Sorv., $2,778.00; Pari<side Lodge of Mundeloin, $891.96; 
Paxlon Lumber Co., $7,078.20; Paxton/Patterson. $1,058.04; Pederson Brothers 
Implement, $51,197.42; Petronila R. Costa M.D., $6,042.30; Piggly Wiggly. $578.48; 
Pittman Ponliac. $777.10; Plug Compatible Computer Pr., $7,822.30; Mary Polley, 
$7,314.39; Portor-Cabte, $730.25; Prairie State Assoc, $5,070.00; Principal Mutual Ufe 
Ins.. $324,047.62; Professional Sen/icos Group. $6,080.00; Quill Corp.. $4,090.45; 
Radio Shack. $1,488.80; Raillon/Sysco Food Sen/ice. $39,005.67; Random House 
Inc., $536,94; Rasmusson Stool, $50,000.00; Raymond Chevrolet, $1,898.00; 
Recreation Concepts Inc.. $982.79; Rosen/o Life Ins. Co., $20,295.49; Retco Alloy Co.. 
$871.94; Richmont Hotel. $957.72; Ritzenthaler Bus Unes. $20,558.54; Rockenbach 
Chev. Sales, $805,27; Rode's Camera & Photo. $1,341.00; Rolm Illinois. $4,301.65. 

St Therese Medical Center. $3,510.00; Sargent-Sowell Inc., $747.37; Sargent- 
Welch Scientific. $1,443.16; Sax Arts & Crafts, $4,52i15; Scantron Corp., $5,959.40; 
Schaefor Packing Co.. $3,552.92; Scholastic Magazines. $1,619.86; School Heath 
Supply Co., $3,451.09; Scott Foresman & Co., $3,979.05; Shiffler Equipment Sales, 
$695.23; Simon & Schuestof, $2,937.16; Jeff Smouse, $825.00; Social Studies School 
Sorv. $587.02; Special EducaUon District, $214,583.78; Specialized Data System, 
$517,00; Spring Valloy Country Club. $800.00; St. John's Military Academy, 
$12,000.00; Slate Bank of Antk>ch, $906,717,87; State Bank of Anlioch, $8,950.00; 
Stale of Illinois. $104,182.27; Slate of Wisconsin, $34,818.66; Sun Life Assur. Co. of 
Can/US, $4,999.98; Sunburst Communications, $1,902.70; Sundance, $634.89; 
Sunrise Office Supply, $746.40; Superior Catalogue, $2,171.71; Fredric Swanson, 
$2,540.00; Teacher's Retirement System, $336,807.76; The Menninger Foundation, 
$5,928.00; The Mini-Gym Co., $559.00; The Scope Shoppe. $5,000.53; Thelen Sand 
& Gravel, $646.75; ThorapeuUc Systems, $17,605.00; Tom's Auto, $1,035.00; 
Traveler's Insurance Co.. $8,733.06; Trend Lines, $899.05; Trierwiler Agency, 
$1,200.00; Turo Electrical Const. $1,725.00; United Learning, $607.70; United Parcel 
Service. $1,000.00; United Visual Aids Inc. $5,869.41; Valfc, $21,016.60; Video Etc. 
$8,757.21; Villa Lighting Supply, $631.49; Village Collector. $8,526.00; Virginia Page, 
$26,106.25; Wang Lab., $748.00; Ward's Nat Sc. Estab In., $858.76; Wayne's 76, 
$677.25; Wieser Educational Inc., $596.37; Robert Williams, $1,971.40; H.W. Wilson & 
Co., $599.00; Wisconsin Dept of Revenue, $3,856,04; Wisconsin Lawn Sprinkler, 
$2,741.00; Wolohan Lumber, $632.99; Xerox Corp., $7,347.65; Yeomans Chicago 
Corp., $3,077.24; Zelta Electronics, $4,497.82. 



ASSETS 



INDIVIDUAL FUND BALANCE SHEETS June 30. 19_Sa 



' Currani Aagu 



ACCT. 
NO. 



11) 
EDUCATIONAL 



2. Pettv Cain 



3. Imortii Fundi 



102 



105 



OPERATIONS. 
BUILDING AND 
MfllNTFNANCE 



14) 
TRANS- 
PORTATION 



MUNICIPAL *'* 

RETIREMENT^^OCIAL WORKING 

SfeCURITV CASH 



200 



5,000 



8. Lojn to Eaucacionai Funa 



3. InwejtmentJ 



Other Current Aiiets 
6. 'Attach hemiiationi 



151 



180 



199 



7. TOTAL ASSETS 



1,919.646 



^_.924.g46 



- — 4Qfl,mn 



-'^'=^>"^'? 



LIABILITIES AND FUND BALANCE 



ACCT. 
NO. 



{'i 



EDUCATIONAL 



(21 

OPER..BLOG. AND 

MAINTENANCE 




PORTATION JRETIREft^NT^CIA 



CAS^- 



28. Loan from Tranioonation Funa ' 433 ! 400/000 



13. Loan irom Wor king Cam Funa 

Other Current Liabilitiei 
35. lAttach Itemizalionl 



434 ; 550,000 
499 



48,105 



X6. TOTAL LIABILITIES 



8' Umeierveri Fund Balance 

TOTAL LIABILITIES 
9. AND FUND BALANCE 



I 998,105 



37,741 



37,741 



52,838 



52,338 



704 



926,741 



1-Q^^.fl4fi 



217,036 



?S^,777 



654,112 



7nfi,05Q 



t 



6,750 



619,667 
619,66' 



EXPENDITURES. OTHER FINANCING SOURCES (USES), AND CHANGES IN FUND BALANCES FOR THE YEAR ENDED June 30. I988 
DESCRIPTION 



Race ipti/ Revenues 



1. Local Sources 



2. Slate Sources 



3. Federal Sources 



ACCT 
NO. 



10U0 



3000 



4000 



4. TOTAL RECEIPTS/R EVENUES 
Diiburiementi/EKpendituret 



(11 

EDUCATIONAL 



OPERATIONS. 
BUILDING AND 
MAINTENANCE 



(4) 
TRANS- 
PORTATION 



(51 

MUNICIPAL 

RETIREMENT/SOCIAL 

SECURITY 



\n 



WORKING 
CASH . 



3,951,400 



2,812,648 



J 



79,844 



6,843,892 



735,522 



247.^088 



136,324 



735,522 



i 383,412 



245/205 



116,295 




P4q.?ns I 116, PQ5 



5. Instruction 



6. Supporting Services 



8. Nonproqrammed Charges 



Friday, DM:»mb«r 2, 1968 




TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS/ 

10. EXPENDITURES 

Exceii o( Receipts/ Rivenuei 
Over (Undef* Dubursementi/ 

11. Enpendituret 

16. FUND BALANCES- July 1. l9By 
18. FUND BALANCES- JuntjJOjMB 



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Recycling scheme is not smart way to get rich 

•/ ^ .r«-.^ -.r oAi: n r.rnnH nn 510.000 rccocnizancc ihcy thought the buildinc 



Recycling got two men 
in trouble with the Lake 
Villa police. 

They were arrested Nov. 
21" for removing the copper 
coils and aluminum from 
two ground air conditioning 
units at a closed factory and 



office building at 200 Park 
Ave. 



and arrived lo find ihc two Afficld of 205 E Grand 

BiTSr<s.."S --SS"-? sISSs 

has a garage in the area, thcbuildine #!g^T?«n^T?9ni^ ^.-—..-fc— --.-^ 

noticed die two working on ^^^"''^"S ^^J^ I hV A WAY NOW FOR CHRISTMAS 

the units. Police were called Charged were Jeffrey fyl^^^/J^ LAY-A-WMl WUfW r\*f\ WfMMM ■ if inw 



on $10,000 recognizance 
bonds for a Thursday, Dec. 
8, court appearance. 

Police Chief John Dcb- 
vic said the two told him 



they thought the building 
was abandoned. They were 
removing the copper and 
aluminum for its scrap 
value. 



Owner helps recover auto |SINGER ™— »5J 






An alert Qurnce man 
helped recover his own 
stolen car lasi.wcck, but not 
before a pursuit at speeds up 
to 90 miles per hour. 

About 8:45 a.m. on 
Nov. 21 Thomas Vcntz, 19, 
of Gumce saw someone 
driving away in his 1972 
Dodge Dart parked near the 
Pointe Resmuranl at Rics. 
41 and 21. He ran into his 
nearby home for keys lo a 
second car and began fol- 
lowing the car. Meanwhile, 
his girlfriend called Gumcc 
police. 

Both cars went south on 
Ric. 41 and then doubled 
back northbound at speeds 
up to 90 miles per hour. 
Gumcc squad cars joined the 
chase. The driver of the 
stolen car failed lo negotiate 
a turn at Hanssen Rd. and 
the car went into a ditch 
where the man got out and 
began running. Venlz be- 
gan chasing him, but the 
fugitive became lost. 
A V/arrcn Twp. cm- 

Skating 

auditions 

scheduled 

Chicago area skaters arc 
invited to showcase their 
talent when Walt Disney's 
Magic Kingdom On Ice 
starring Pinocchio holds 
auditions at 4:30 p.m. on 
Friday. Dec. 2. at the 
Chicago Stadium. 1800 W. 
Madison St. 

The show's performance 
director and skating line 
captains will be looking for 
new talent for the family 
entertainment cxuavaganza 
and giving valuable skating 
lips to young hopefuls. 

Audilionccs must be at 
least 17 years old or a high 
school graduate and be 
available for extensive 
travel. Personality, 
appearance, weight and the 
ability to learn intricate 
routines are important for 
this audition. 

Auditionees will vie for 
the opportunity lo join an 
elite group of more than 
200 talented precision 
skaters who perform around 
the world in the five 
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Blood pressure check 

Blood pressure monitor- 
ing and recording will be 
held from 1 to 3 p.m. on 
•Monday, Dec. "5. in the 
main lobby at Victory 
Memorial Hospital. 1324 
N. Sheridan Rd., 
Waukegan. No regisualion 
is necessary; call (312)360- 
4127 for information. 



ployee who heard police de- 
scriptions of the fugitive 
caught him about 10 a.m. 
near a service station at Rlc. 
41 and Wadswonh Rd. 

Arrested was Robert 
Borg, who gave a last 
known address of Lake 
Villa. Dressed in a heavy 



coat and work clothes, Bbrg 
sdd he was cold and had not 
eaten for two days. He was 
jailed in lieu of a $25,000 
bond charged with theft of 
an auto, possession of a 
stolen aulo, , criminal tres- 
pass and reckless conduct. 
Borg has a prior record. 



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Lakeland COUNTY NEWS 



CLC Board considers finanoal value system 




William Ballock 



In response to the referendum dcfcal 
earlier this month, the College of Lake 
County Board of Trustees attempted to 
cope with a 20-ycar-old lax rate and a 
three-quarter of a million dollar budget 
deficit at its monthly meeting. 

Starling off with a canvass of the Nov. 
8 results, the board acknowledged the 59 
percent to 41 percent defeat at the polls 
and thanked all those who had worked in 
support of the issue. College officials 
have not yet made a decision on whether 
to ask for a tax increase again next spring, 
but the board took some preliminary steps 
to deal with an uncertain fmancial future. 

A key move by the board was to 
consider a set of financial principles. 
Presented by CLC President Daniel 
LaVista, the principles represent a 
"financial value system" that will guide 
the college's future directions, assist in 
planning and provide a framework for the 



allocation of resources. 

The principles included safeguarding the 
college's assets, exercising prudent 
financial management, maximi//mg the 
delivery of services, developing the 
college's human resources, maintaining 
fmanciaf flexibility and innovation, and 
developing a financial strategic plan. 



A S900 Arts Midwest grant to subsidize 
a Milwaukee Brass Quintet performance 
next spring was accepted by the board, and 
authorization to pursitc seven other grants 
was given. The g'uf'v. ofAfcd by a 
number of federal anu state sources as well 
as private foundations, are a potential 
source of funding. 



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blood pressure screens 



Free blood pressure 
screenings are offered on the 
first Wednesday of each 
month in die Saint Therese 
Medical Center Lobby, 
from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m., and 
every Friday at the Saint 
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a.m. -2p,m. These screen- 
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and recording of blood 
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Sponsored by the eduction 
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For more information about 
the screenings, call 
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Fri., from 8 a.m. - 4:30 
p.m. 



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All Stars practice 

Members of Antioch's AARP All Star Band, rehearse 
few selections. Band is led by Robert Allgire. Made 
up of 30 seniors, band rehearses about three hours 



each week at Antioch Senior Center getting ready for 
appearances at other senior centers. — Photo by 
Gloria Davis. 



Hammond says good-bye 



by CAROLYN HAM- 
MOND (312)395-6081 
U's been 27 months since 
I wrote the firsl words of 
this column and I talked 
about new beginnings. Now 
it's hard to know what to 
say as I write the last 
words, except there comes a 
lime for endings, also. 

U's been a good experi- 
ence gelling 10 know so 
many of you; ihank you for 
your support and for your 
news articles. Now, 



lioch is: Sania Claus. 100 
Toyland Road, Antioch, IL 
60002. 

Reminder — this is the 
last weekend to see 
PM&L's "The Fantastiks". 
A little bird told us the 
show*s a whole lot of fun 
with really different, yet 
nice, music; with a whole 
lot of tenderness, yet a lot 
of adventure; a very 
complicated plot, yet a very 
simple story. Do you gel 
the picture? Come and sec 



Also at 7:30 p.m. on 
Tuesday, Dec. 6, the Anli- 
och Chapter of Women's 
Aglow Inl'l. will hold a 



Pavelski 
playing 

Michelle Pavelski, a 
1988 graduate of Antioch 



Time Mac hine 

20 YEARS AGO; Dec. 5, 1968 

According to the Antioch Reporter, "the Antioch Village 
Board approved increasing the salary of Antioch's mayor 
from $600 per year to SI. 200. The present mayor. Ray Tofi 
will not receive the salary raise during this term in ofncc 
but he has announced he will run for reelection and to date, 
no other candidates have announced for the office." 

Henry Pickard and the rest of the newly-formed Antioch 
Industrial Council sent an indusuial fact sheet to the 111. 
Depl. of Business and Economic Developmeni to be used as 
lilcraiure lo entice more industry to the Antioch area. 

Elected directors of the Antioch Chamber of Commerce 
were William Mandrela of Antioch Drugs, Grant Sprong of 
Quaker. LaVcme Woods. Firsl National Bank of Antioch 
and John Romer, Romer Ins. 

Richard Wiu was appointed to the Antioch Zoning Board. 
Bud Holvay was one of the Antioch High School students 
in the audio-visual department that started to use the de- 
partment's new video tape recorder to rerun newsworthy 

events in class. 

Gary Richier, Bill Sershonc and Joe Hunley were starring 
in PM&L's version of "Tom Sawyer." 
15 YEARS AGO: DEC. 6, 1973 

Aniioch trustees were asked to consider placing a fire and 
rescue squad sub-station in Oakwood Knolls. 

Tcrri Simon, daughter of Sharon and Lew Simon, won 
ihe lO-specd bike for being awarded first place in the Anti- 
och Bike-A-Tlion for ihe American Cancer Society, 

While his wife Belly was having major surgery, hubby 
Ken Smousc was home nursing a suep throat. 

Everyone was told lo turn their thermostats down to 68 
degrees in the interest of energy conservation. 
Aniioch Grade School Dist. voters turned down a proposed 
25-ccni education fund tax rate increase. 

Four Squires was showing cuffed bell-bottomed jeans. 

President Jay Dziki, representing the Aniioch Chamber 



Notes & News 



promise to contact my suc- 
cessor because columnists 
aren't mind readers; they 
need input from you, 

Santa might say that he's 
had some successes, loo. 
No sooner did he move inio 
his Aniioch castle with 
Mrs. Claus for the Christ- 
mas season than he broughi 
some of that white stuff to 
make him feci at home. 

You know. SNOW, that 
"surprise" that greeted us on 
Monday morning as we 
awoke to face another work 
and school week. At least 
with rain you usually hear 
ii coming! 

For your children who 
want to send Sanui a wish 
list, Santa's address in An- 



whether two fathers' reverse 
psychology will cause dicir 
children to fall in love. 
Curtain time is 8 p.m. Fri- 
day. Dec. 2, and Saturday, 
Dec. 3; and 2:15 p.m. on 
Sunday. Dec. 4. 

Ticket prices are S5, 
adults, and S4 for senior 
citb.ens and children. Please 
call the ticket line 
(312)395-3055 for reserva- 
tions. 

Do you need something 
to get you in the Christmas 
mood? The Aniioch Upper 
Grade School will present a 
free Christmas Choral 
Concert at 7:30 p.m. on 
Tuesday, Dec. 6, under the 
direction of new choral di- 
rector Cathy Miller, 



special musical celebration High School, recently of Commerce, donated scrapbooks kept of Chamber aciivi- 

as the Royal Way comes to earned a varsity letter for lics to the Aniioch Library. 

minister in song at the An- playing on the 1988 Aurora lo YEARS AGO; DEC. 7, 1978 

lioch State Bank Commu- University volleyball leam. ^^^Q Koppa resigned her post as head of ihe Aniioch Parks 

nity Room. 440 Lake St. y^ 5-10 freshman, and RecrciUion Dept 

The group will also wel- Pavelski played as a hitter The Aniioch Grade School Dist. was running a contest to 

come men to join ihem at j-qj. ^j^d year coach Brcnda choose a name for die new grade school. 

this special event; The Hillman. Annciie Monialvo was one of crowd of children that got 

public is invited. Cost is p«vpicifi n nhv<:inl to mik lo Santa after he came to town. 

31.50; refreshments will be ,,i..^,,i:„ ' ^j„/ u Man Firestone. ACHS junior, was getting ready lo spend 

^J"' ,, . wr daufihTo^ his next school year in South America as an Aniioch Ro. 

Congratulations to W.C. .r, _r._ w:m„ uiry Exchange Student, 

Petty School's "students of ^' ^'**' ^'"''• 

the month" for spelling: 

Julie Hasler, David Gimpcl. 

Mall Coiburn, Debbie 

Perry, Rebecca Krocker. 

Sean Robertson. Shanna 

Brown. Jennifer Gravelle. 

Sandra Rucsko. Christian 

Kang, Lisa Bcdini. Kelly 

Burrell. Meagan Fleming. 

Heather Cramond, Rhctt 

Dccken, Mike Harris, and 

Merrill Schaps. 

Top winners in the Anti- 
och Upper Grade School 

eighth grade pizza drive 

were: Tracy Eatmon, first; 

Chester Kupczyk, second; 

Mary Young, third; Denisc 

Maielski, fourth; and Don 

Stout, fifth. Nice work, 

kids — congratulations! 
Well. Uiis is it. Happy 

Holidays! May God bless 

you and yours. Bye, now... 




NOTICE OF INTENTION TO ADOPT A TAX 
LEVY IN AN AMOUNT-WHICH IS MORE 
THAN 105% OF THE EXTEl^lON, EXCLU- 
SIVE OF ELECTION AND DEBT SERVICE 
COSTS, FOR THE PRE^DING YEAR 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GK/EN that it is the 
intention of Emmons Grade School District No. 
33 County of Lake, State of Illinois, to adopt a 
tax for the year 1 988 which is more than 1 05% 
of the extension, exclusive of election and debt 
service costs, for the year 1987. , 

1 The aggregate amount of property taxes 
extended by said district for 1987 is 
»458,847.80. 

2. The aggregate amount of the proposed 
tax levy for 1 988 exclusive of election and debt 
service costs is *530,000.00 

3. The percentage increase is 1 5.51 %. 

4. Public Hearing on the proposed tax levy 
increase of said district shall be held on De- 
cember 12, 1988 at 7:30 p.m. at Emmons 
Grade School, 24226 W. Beach Grove Road, 
Antioch, Illinois 60002. 

Sandy. Steffenburg 
Secretary, Board of Education 

1288A-471-AR 
December 2. 1988 



Sequoitgirts on rampage 

Antioch High Sch^i's girls basketball team played Niles North, then wen^^^^^^^^^ 
Elk Grove Tournament and were slated to play against Mundelein on Thursday. 
— Photo by Steve Young. ■ ■ - """ 

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$399 



'84 DELTA 88 
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Slk. No. 2638_, . 

'81 RENAULT 
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Slk. No, 2545. SPECIAL 

'84 CADILLAC 

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Slock No. 2694A SPECIAL 

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Slock No. I9136A 

'84 LAZER 

Slock No. 2349 

'87 MAZDA P/U 

Slk. No. 2673 SPECIAL 

'84 CHEV. SPORT VAN Sl/IE A 
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'84 ESCORT $9000 

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